I knew you
did not wish to be too hard, and I am glad you see it was only ignorance."
Since I knew you
, I have been troubled by a remorse that I thought would never reproach me again, and have heard whispers from old voices impelling me upward, that I thought were silent for ever.
MENO: O Socrates, I used to be told, before I knew you
, that you were always doubting yourself and making others doubt; and now you are casting your spells over me, and I am simply getting bewitched and enchanted, and am at my wits' end.
"I knew you
would not misunderstand me," she said, triumphantly.
I knew you'd be glad to have it--poor little lonesome thing!"
I knew you'd feel that way," she nodded happily, as she ran from the room.
But after knowing you even for this short time, I knew you
were quite the opposite of that, and I remembered that the first thing you had done on coming into the money had been to offer me half, so the information that you were the Lord Dawlish whom I had been hating did not affect me.
Salaam: In terms of what you use with your writing style, you once said you knew you
were a negro because you loved irony--or something to that effect.
But when the cameras rolled--even though there were 85 wind machines on and you knew you
'd have to loop absolutely everything--there was something about the power of the language that helped you defy gravity.
From those stories you had published, your dad and I knew you