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Mary Austin
(1868-1934) born on
Sep 09
US writer, suffragist. She wrote on American Indian culture and social problems in "Land of Little Rain," 1903.
         
   
F
Genius . . . arises in the natural, aboriginal concern for the conscious unity of all phenomena.

R
Ride your emotions as the shallop rides the waves; don't get upset among them. There are people who enjoy getting swamped emotionally, just as, incredibly, there are people who enjoy getting drunk.
A
Life set itself to new processions of seed-time and harvest, the skin newly turned to seasonal variations, the very blood humming to new altitudes.
N
When a woman ceases to alter the fashion of her hair, you guess that she has passed the crisis of her experience.
K
That curious social warp which obligates us most to impeach the validity of a woman's opinion at the points where it is most supported by experience.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "Earth Horizon," 1932.
R:
A: "The American Rhythm," 1923.
N: In "Words of Women Quotations for Success," by Power Dynamics Publishing, 1997.
K: "A Woman of Genius," 1912.
   


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