The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of Dorothy Day Quotes

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"Dorothy was never a communist. She was too religious."
Confession, p. 12

"Tradition! We scarcely know the word any more."
Part One, Searching, The Generations Before, p. 16

"All beauty, all joy, all music thrilled my heart and my flesh, so that they cried out for fulfillment, for union."
Part One, Searching, Adolescence, p. 35

"I did not want just the few ... to be kind to the poor, as the poor. I wanted everyone to be kind. I wanted every home to be open to the lame, the halt and the blind, the way it had been after the San Francisco earthquake. Only then did people really live, really love their brothers. In such love was the abundant life and I did not have the slightest idea how to find it."
Part One, Searching, University, p. 39

"Perhaps people were looking for leaders; during the years ahead there would be Lenin and...

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