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Quotes / World's Most Beautiful Woman

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"If all the tongues that Polyhymnia
together with her sisters made most rich
with sweetest milk, should come now to assist
my singing of the holy smile that lit
the holy face of Beatrice, the truth
would not be reached—not its one-thousandth part."
Dante Alighieri, Paradiso XII.55-60

"'I am Aragorn, Arathorn's son, Isildur's Heir, Lord of the Dúnedain': yet even in the saying he felt that this high lineage, in which his heart had rejoiced, was now of little worth, and as nothing compared to her dignity and loveliness."

"Of Psyche's beauty—at every age the beauty proper to that age—there is only this to be said, that there were no two opinions about it, from man to woman, once she had been seen. [...] As the Fox delighted to say, she was 'according to nature'; what every woman, or even every thing, ought to have been and meant to be, but had missed by some trip of chance."

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