The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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"I was always worried about my allowance, for my grandmother felt that we children should never know until we were grown what money might be ours, and that we ought to feel that money was something to be carefully spent, as she might not be able to send us any more." (Chapter 2, pg. 29)

"As I try to sum up my own development in the autumn on 1903 I think I was a curious mixture of extreme innocence and unworldliness with a great deal of knowledge of some of the less agreeable sides of life - which however, did not seem to make me any more sophisticated or less innocent." (Chapter 3, pg. 40)

"I know now that what we should have done was to have no servants those first few years; so I could have acquired knowledge and self-confidence and other people could not fool me about either the housework or the...

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