Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould Quotes

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Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: Most men have always wanted as much as they could get; and possession has always blunted the fine edge of their altruism. Most men have always wanted as much as they could get; and possession has always blunted the fine edge of their altruism.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: It is a poor cause which has to be lied for regularly. It is a poor cause which has to be lied for regularly.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: Originality usually amounts only to plagiarizing something unfamiliar. Originality usually amounts only to plagiarizing something unfamiliar.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: No fashion has ever been created expressly for the lean purse or for the fat woman: the dressmaker's ideal is the thin millionaires. No fashion has ever been created expressly for the lean purse or for the fat woman: the dressmaker's ideal is the thin millionaires.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: All violations of essential privacy are brutalizing. All violations of essential privacy are brutalizing.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: The insidiousness of science lies in its claim to be not a subject, but a method. The insidiousness of science lies in its claim to be not a subject, but a method.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: Social distinctions concern themselves ultimately with whom you may and may not marry. Social distinctions concern themselves ultimately with whom you may and may not marry.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: Simplicity is an acquired taste. Mankind, left free, instinctively complicates life. Simplicity is an acquired taste. Mankind, left free, instinctively complicates life.
Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould quotes: Conventional manners are a kind of literacy test for the alien who comes among us. Conventional manners are a kind of literacy test for the alien who comes among us.