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    Present condition of mind

    I don't wonder you are in your present condition of mind.

    What does it mean?

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    Re: Present condition of mind

    It's odd, but means: "I am not surprised you are in your current state of mind/mental state/emotional state."

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    Re: Present condition of mind

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    I don't wonder you are in your present condition of mind.

    What does it mean?
    Is this from a 19th century novel?

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    Re: Present condition of mind

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    Is this from a 19th century novel?
    Everybody's Chance, John Habberton.I don't know when it was written.

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    Re: Present condition of mind

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    Everybody's Chance, John Habberton.I don't know when it was written.
    It seems it is from a 19th century book. I had never heard of the author.

    John Habberton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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