Ada Leverson Quotes

Ada Leverson Quotes: It's always something to get one's wish, even if the wish is a failure.
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Ada Leverson Quote: Most people now seem to treasure anything they value in proportion to the extent that it's followed about and surrounded by the vulgar public.
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Quotes about Ada Leverson: Absurdly improbable things are quite as liable to happen in real life as in weak literature.
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Quote about Ada Leverson: Many women I know think the ideal of happiness is to be in love with a great man, or to be the wife of a great public success; to share his triumph! They forget you share the man as well!
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Ada Leverson Sayings: It is all very well to say that children are happier with mud pies and rag dolls than with these elaborate delights. There may be something in this theory, but when their amusements are carried to such a point of luxurious and imaginative perfection it certainly gives them great and even unlimited enjoyment at the time.
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Ada Leverson Saying: When I see a cheerful young man shrieking about how full of life he is, banging on a drum, and blowing on a tin trumpet, and speaking of his good spirits, it depresses me, since naturally it gives the contrary impression. It can't be real. It ought to be but it isn't. If the noisy person meant what he said, he wouldn't say it.
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