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Quotation by Margaret E. Sangster
I would not, if I could, give up the memory of the joy I have had in books for any advantage that could be offered in other pursuits or occupations. Books have been to me what gold is to the miser, what new fields are to the explorer.
Margaret E. Sangster (1838–1912), U.S. author. An Autobiography from My Youth Up, ch. 6 (1909).
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