He had done what seemed to him his duty, without looking to the right or the left, but now the stainless man felt himself dishonored, and with morbid sensitiveness referred everything he saw and heard to his own disgrace, while the inhabitants of the little town made him feel that he had been ill- advised, when he ventured to make a fiddler's daughter a citizen. "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers" by Georg Ebers
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