Harriet Beecher Stowe quotes

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The African race evidently are made to excel in that department which lies between the sensuousness and the intellectual--what we ...
One would like to be grand and heroic, if one could; but if not, why try at all? One wants to be very something, very great, very ...
A woman's health is her capital.
Whatever offices of life are performed by women of culture and refinement are thenceforth elevated; they cease to be mere servile ...
To do common things perfectly is far better worth our endeavor than to do uncommon things respectably.
...care and labor are as much correlated to human existence as shadow is to light ...
True love ennobles and dignifies the material labors of life; and homely services rendered for love's sake have in them a poetry t ...
In lecturing on cookery, as on housebuilding, I divide the subject into, not four, but five grand elements: first, Bread; second, ...
All places where women are excluded tend downward to barbarism; but the moment she is introduced, there come in with her courtesy, ...
Human nature is above all things--lazy.
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