Phyllis Bottome Quotes

Phyllis Bottome Quotes: People who talk of new lives believe there will be no new troubles.
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Phyllis Bottome Quote: Human beings don't show, any more than cities at dusk, their real necessities! And yet if you looked -- past the circle of outside lights, through the street walls still standing -- into the want and emptiness within!
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Quotes about Phyllis Bottome: If a writer is true to his characters they will give him his plot. Observations must play second fiddle to integrity.
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Quote about Phyllis Bottome: Poets, when they write of love, give themselves and everyone else away!
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Phyllis Bottome Sayings: The two best subjects for conversation are talking shop and making love.
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Phyllis Bottome Saying: A refugee is as helpless as a new born child - but not so appealing! Besides, a new born child has no memories!
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Sayings about Phyllis Bottome: In my early life, and probably even today, it is not sufficiently understood that a child's education should include at least a rudimentary grasp of religion, sex, and money. Without a basic knowledge of these three primary facts in a normal human being's life --subjects which stir the emotions, create events and opportunities, and if they do not wholly decide must greatly influence an individual's personality --no human being's education can have a safe foundation.
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Saying about Phyllis Bottome: Lots of men hate women now-a-days. ... It was a man-made world, and now we're asking to go shares in the making.
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Phyllis Bottome Quotes: It is you men who make war! ... We, who have children, would never make it! Why should a woman be broken up in pain, to give her child life, only to see him carried away from her, to make food for guns?
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Phyllis Bottome Quote: Jane had that happy disposition which would like to imagine that every one really wishes the well-being of his neighbour and struggles, though sometimes rather disastrously, to help him towards it.
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Quotes about Phyllis Bottome: She believed in letting children have a certain amount of rope, and only intervened at the last moment, in order to prevent their hanging themselves by it.
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Quote about Phyllis Bottome: Morale is not a single instinct. It has many ingredients. A sense of personal responsibility, the natural courage of an individual, the amount of his acquired self-discipline -- and above all his interest in others -- these together make up the spirit of morale.
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