March Quotes

Geraldine Brooks
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"I promised her that I would write something every day, and I find myself turning to this obligation when my mind is most troubled. For it is as if she were here with me for a moment, her calming hand resting lightly upon my shoulder...And with this thought I exculpate my censorship: I never promised I would write the truth" (p. 4).

"If you live with your head in the lion's mouth, it's best to stroke it some" (p. 34).

"But perhaps one day I will be entrusted with daughters of my own, and if so, I swear I will not see their minds molded into society's simpering ideal of womanhood. Oh, how I would like to raise writers and artists who would make the world acknowledge what women can do!" (p. 64).

"It is a hard thing when a man is ruined by the very idea that most animates him...

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