In Chapter XXXII ("The Beginning of a Long Journey") of David Copperfield, the protagonist gets a lesson in prejudice from a dwarf:

'You are a young man,' she said, nodding. 'Take a word of advice, even from three foot nothing. Try not to associate bodily defects with mental, my good friend, except for a solid reason.'

TopicLiterature - 2006-08-08

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