Quotation by Margaret E. Sangster

I find in myself to-day the same spring of desire to learn all that I can, to read and study that has been mine from childhood; the same impulse to undertake the difficult enterprise whatever it may be, and the same readiness to throw caution overboard and attempt a task that requires labour and pains, that I have had at any previous moment.
Margaret E. Sangster (1838–1912), U.S. author. An Autobiography from My Youth Up, ch. 26 (1909).

At age seventy-one, Sangster was still an active author.
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