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Date: 1798

"But I'm a Bust with Heart of Steel, / That can nor Pain nor Pleasure feel."

— Elizabeth [née Lady Elizabeth Berkeley], margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Bayreuth [other married name Elizabeth Craven, Lady Craven] (1750-1828)

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Date: 1799

God may diffuse his light into our hearts

— Plumptre, Anne (1760-1818); Kotzebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

The inexpressible feeling may be engraved on a tear or on the heart

— Geisweiler, Maria (fl. 1799); Kotezebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

"Your form is indelibly engraven on my heart."

— Plumptre, Anne (1760-1818); Kotzebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

One may have an "open look, in which goodness and a noble soul are deeply engraven"

— Geisweiler, Maria (fl. 1799); Kotezebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

"They are brave fellows;--they have arms of iron, and hearts of wax."

— Plumptre, Anne (1760-1818); Kotzebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

"Your iron heart brings me to myself"

— Inchbald, Elizabeth (1753-1821); Kotzebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

"If I knew but of a key to his heart, my closet should be open to him directly

— Geisweiler, Maria (fl. 1799); Kotezebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

"My father!--my father!--why have you concealed yourself so long from your son?--why have you not sooner communicated joy to a bosom to which it has hitherto been a stranger?"

— Plumptre, Anne (1760-1818); Kotzebue (1761-1819)

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Date: 1799

"They have their reward; it was born with them: a free, a noble heart, which no chains can confine, which amid all the horrors of imprisonment is still free."

— Lawrence, Rose (fl. 1799)

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The Mind is a Metaphor is authored by Brad Pasanek, Assistant Professor of English, University of Virginia.