Margaret E. Sangster quotes

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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 pursui ...
Creative genius is a divinely bestowed gift which is the coronation of the few.
No one should teach who is not in love with teaching.
On the day long after childhood when I suddenly heard of his death, the sky grew dark above my head. I was walking on a Southern h ...
Fifty years ago it was taken for granted that marriage was the goal of every young woman's inmost thought, and the aim for her of ...
We would write books that should bring us world-wide fame, we would travel under every sky on the globe; we would walk through inn ...
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; th ...
In the whole round of human affairs little is so fatal to peace as misunderstanding.
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