In a sense he is what is called a gentleman. He knew how to speak and how to look, and how to use a knife and fork, how to dress himself, and how to walk. But he had not the faintest notions of the feelings of a gentleman. He had, however, a very keen conception of the evil of being generally ill spoken of.

— Anthony Trollope, English novelist (1815-1882)  

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