Geraldine Jewsbury Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Geraldine Jewsbury

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Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: One's conscience reproaches one much more stingingly for one's follies than one's crimes. One's conscience reproaches one much more stingingly for one's follies than one's crimes.
Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: Death is the last fact of which we can be certain. Death is the last fact of which we can be certain.
Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: Men change less than is imagined; their after life is only a kaleidescope combination of the elements of their character at the period of adolescence. Men change less than is imagined; their after life is only a kaleidescope combination of the elements of their character at the period of adolescence.
Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: Love ... is a sacred fire that must not be burnt to idols. Love ... is a sacred fire that must not be burnt to idols.
Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: Society ... is tolerant of crimes, and long suffering with dullness, but it shows no mercy to those who are different from other people. Society ... is tolerant of crimes, and long suffering with dullness, but it shows no mercy to those who are different from other people.
Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: Did you ever see a giraffe? It is like something from between the regions of truth and fiction. Did you ever see a giraffe? It is like something from between the regions of truth and fiction.
Geraldine Jewsbury quotes: People always make mistakes when they fancy themselves exceptions ... People always make mistakes when they fancy themselves exceptions ...