Excerpt from The French Revolution, Vol. 2: Tested by Mirabeau's Career; Twelve Lectures on the History of the French Revolution, Delivered at the Lowell Institute, Boston, Mass
Mr. Lomenie, besides, has not found his way out of the maze of contradictions presented by Mira beau's character. He has not kept sufficiently in mind that almost all men are a compound of ih consistencies and self-contradictions. Truly har monious and thoroughly consistent characters are so rare, that they might be called white ravens.
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