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Dorothy L. Sayers
(1893-1957) born on
Jun 13
English author. She wrote sophisticated detective stories featuring the amateur sleuth, Lord Peter Wimsey, e.g., "Strong Poison," 1930.
         
   
F
Books . . . are like lobster shells, we surround ourselves with 'em, then we grow out of 'em and leave 'em behind, as evidence of our earlier stages of development.

R
She always says, my lord, that facts are like cows. If you look them in the face hard enough they generally run away.
A
Very dangerous things, theories.
N
A continual atmosphere of hectic passion is very trying if you haven't got any of your own.
K
Those who make some other person their job . . . are dangerous.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "The Beacon Book of Quotations by Women," by Rosalie Maggio, 1994.
R: Bunter, in "Clouds of Witness," ch. 4, 1926.
A: "The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club."
N: In "The Beacon Book of Quotations by Women," by Rosalie Maggio, 1994.
K: In "The Beacon Book of Quotations by Women," by Rosalie Maggio, 1994.
   


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