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Edith Nesbitt
(1858-1924) born on
Englsh poet, writer. She wrote "The Railway Children," about a family forced to move to the country when the father is wrongly imprisoned.
Time is, as you are probably aware, merely a convenient fiction. There is no such thing as time.

Time and space are only forms of thought.
Little brown brother, oh! lime brown brother,
Are you awake in the dark?
It is wonderful how quickly you get used to things, even the most astonishing.
I ought to have put this in the preface, but I never read prefaces, and it is not much good writing things just for people to skip. I wonder other authors have never thought of this.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: The Phoenix and the Carpet
R: The Story of the Amulet, 1906.
A: "Baby Seed Song," n.d.
N: "Five Children and It," 1902.
K: The Bastable Children (1928)

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