Quotation by Margaret E. Sangster

We would write books that should bring us world-wide fame, we would travel under every sky on the globe; we would walk through innumerable picture galleries and bring home the pictures we liked best; we would wear gold chains and diamond tiaras, and in our plans we had the purse of Fortunatus and the luck of Alladin's [sic] lamp.
Margaret E. Sangster (1838–1912), U.S. author. An Autobiography from My Youth Up, ch. 11 (1909).

Remembering childhood aspirations and dreams of the future, which she shared with her best friend.
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