Fanny Fern Quotes

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Hotel life is about the same in every latitude. -Fanny Fern
O, girls! set your affections on cats, poodles, parrots or lap-dogs; but let matrimony alone. It's the hardest way on earth to getting a living. -Fanny Fern
She said it was beautiful to be loved, and that it made everything on earth look brighter. -Fanny Fern
Never compel yourself to say words to which the heart yields no response. -Fanny Fern
Too much indulgence has ruined thousands of children; too much love not one. -Fanny Fern
light hearts seldom keep company with heavy coffers ... -Fanny Fern
Experience is an excellent doctor, though he never had a diploma. -Fanny Fern
Pity that gold should always bring with it the canker - covetousness. -Fanny Fern
Everything in the country, animate and inanimate, seems to whisper, be serene, be kind, be happy. We grow tolerant there unconsciously. -Fanny Fern
Advice is like a doctor's pills; how easily he gives them! how reluctantly he takes them when his turn comes! -Fanny Fern
a little oil makes machinery work easy ... -Fanny Fern
When a literary person's exhaustive work is over, the last thing he wishes to do is to talk books. -Fanny Fern
To the Pilgrim Mothers, who not only had their full share of the hardships and privations of pioneer life but also had the Pilgrim Fathers to endure. -Fanny Fern
adversity is so rough a teacher! -Fanny Fern
Our domestic Napoleons, too many of them, give flattery, bonnets and bracelets to women, and everything else but - justice ... -Fanny Fern
The term 'lady' has been so misused, that I like better the old-fashioned term, woman. -Fanny Fern
Well, it is a humiliating reflection, that the straightest road to a man's heart is through his palate. -Fanny Fern
Nowhere more than in New York does the contest between squalor and splendor so sharply present itself. -Fanny Fern
I hate the word proper. If you tell me a thing is not proper, I immediately feel the most rabid desire to go 'neck and heels' into it. -Fanny Fern
No crust so tough as the grudged bread of dependence. -Fanny Fern
Hoary-headed old Winter, I have had enough of you! -Fanny Fern
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