In one of the sections an eulogium is bestowed upon the beauty of virtue as a means of self-enjoyment.
But it ends in the palace of magnificence, in the extravagance of self-enjoyment.
Of such bodies and souls the self-enjoyment calleth itself "virtue."
Not a fear dashed the full and smooth cup of his self-enjoyment.
Louis, you are called from the happiness of self-enjoyment to that of self-neglect.
But we remain in this "imperfect" world, because even so we can use it for our—self-enjoyment.
It was by this event that the feelings of the Countess were roused from the long apathy of self-enjoyment.