Mother and Son 2 - North and South - Elizabeth Gaskell
He said to himself that he hated Margaret, but a wild, sharp sensation of love cleft his dull, thunderous feeling like lightning, even as he shaped the words expressive of hatred. His greatest comfort was in hugging his torment; and in feeling, as he had indeed said to her, that though she might despise him, condemn him, treat him with her proud sovereign indifference... She could not make him change. He loved her, and would love her; and defy her, and this miserable bodily pain.
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