A Cup of Tea: A Novel of 1917 Quotes

Amy Ephron
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"And think of how she would feel if she could successfully show this poor creature that life could be wonderful, that all women were sisters, that the world was full of possibilities" (p. 8).

"What good was it to have power, if one couldn't be beneficent some of the time" (p. 8).

"I don't know how to do anything useful. I play the piano some, but I don't know who that's useful to" (p. 15).

"There was something frail about the girl and yet exciting as if she had another side. Not like Rosemary's usual friends who were done up to appear exactly what they were" (p. 21).

"It was one of the things he admired most about Rosemary, that she staunchly believed that things should be a certain way...and that she had the luxury to believe it" (p. 44).

""Will you think I'm terrible," asked Rosemary petulantly, "if I tell you...

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