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Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: There is an abiding beauty which may be There is an abiding beauty which may be appreciated by those who will see things as they are and who will ask for no reward except to see. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: It never seems to occur to anybody that It never seems to occur to anybody that some women may not want to find husbands. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: I know of no place where the wind I know of no place where the wind can be as icy and the damp so penetrating as in Oxford round about Easter time. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: There seemed to be nothing left in the There seemed to be nothing left in the world, for I felt that Roland had taken with him all my future and Edward all my past. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: The joys of motherhood are not excessively apparent The joys of motherhood are not excessively apparent during the first few weeks of a baby's life. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: Meek wifehood is no part of my profession; Meek wifehood is no part of my profession; I am your friend, but never your possession. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: [I] wondered if he was looking up at [I] wondered if he was looking up at that same moon, far away, and thinking of me as I was thinking of him. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: Modern war and modern civilisation are utterly incompatible Modern war and modern civilisation are utterly incompatible ... one or the other must go. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: We should never be at the mercy of We should never be at the mercy of Providence if only we understood that we ourselves are Providence. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: However deep our devotion may be to parents However deep our devotion may be to parents or to children, it is our contemporaries alone with whom understanding is instinctive and entire. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: When the Great War broke out, it came When the Great War broke out, it came to me not as a superlative tragedy, but as an interruption of the most exasperating kind to my personal plans. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: An author who waits for the right 'mood' An author who waits for the right 'mood' will soon find that 'moods' get fewer and fewer until they cease altogether. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: Politics is the executive expression of human immaturity. Politics is the executive expression of human immaturity. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: The idea that it is necessary to go The idea that it is necessary to go to a university in order to become a successful writer ... is one of those fantasies that surround authorship. — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: College is a secluded life of scholastic vegetation College is a secluded life of scholastic vegetation — Vera Brittain
Brittain Quotes By Chris Crutcher: What I hope we can learn is to What I hope we can learn is to be aware of how our beliefs color what we see. I wanted to tell Brittain that Lemry was trying — Chris Crutcher
Brittain Quotes By Vera Brittain: The pacifist's task today is to find a The pacifist's task today is to find a method of helping and healing which provides a revolutionary constructive
substitute for war. — Vera Brittain