A fair woman is a paradise to the eye, a purgatory to the purse, and hell to the soul.
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Elizabeth Grymeston was born in North Erpingham, Norfolk, England. She was a british writer. The first edition of the book held fourteen chapters, while the last three included an additional six essays. The book is divided into fourteen so-called chapters, most of which are brief essays on religious topics. One of the many noticeable features of Elizabeth's writing was her use of quotations and concepts from fellow writers, both past and contemporary. Numerous sections of her essays contain poetry, and while some scholars call her a poetess, none of the verses were her own.
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