"Moths, and all sorts of gross creatures," replied Estella, with a peep towards him, "hover about a lighted candle. Can the candle give support to it?"
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I'm so tired. If a dread of not being buried be hidden contained by the breasts of other young relations, - it is the key to tons reservations.
Breaking down the quote, it compares oneself with the the fright of not being implied. And since the writer does not consider him/her self a monstrosity, having that same misgivings, then it must be singular the fear of not individual understood, that holds one vertebrae. In actions or surrounded by speaking.
"Moths, and all sorts of fantastic creatures," replied Estella, with a quick look towards him, "hover about a lighted candle. Can the candle relief it?"
Can light alone clear one more superb? And her glance indicates that he too is similar to the ugly creatures.
This could also be indicative of nature, not necessarily physical appearance. The first quote is saying that from their own experience, which they regard is typical, they didn't do lots of things when they were younger because they fear they would be misunderstood.
The second quote is that Estelle is comparing herself to the beauty of a candle flame, to which moths etc are attracted in need the candle's control. In other words, she is possibly comparing the guy she's talking to as an bizarre creature attracted to her because of how beautiful she is, but she can't do anything more or less that. He should just snuff out her flame, she's repulsive and conceited on the inside and an unlit candle is just wax and string.. first phrase way many reservations are due to the scare of misunderstood.
the second phrase means that as candle can not avoid the repugnant moth from hovering around it or dying Estella can not stop one side attraction of ugly( for her, unattractive) citizens and its consequences on them.
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