Rose Macaulay Quotes
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Love's a disease. But curable.
Parents are untamed, excessive, potentially troublesome creatures.
The impulse to ask questions is among the more primitive human lusts.
The great and recurrent question about Abroad is, is it worth the trouble of getting there?
News is like food; it is the cooking and serving that makes it acceptable, not the material itself.
For that is what adultery is, a meanness and a stealing, a taking away from someone what should be theirs, a great selfishness, and surrounded and guarded by lies lest it should be found out.
He desired to exaggerate. And here we have what may be called a primary human need, which should be placed by psychologists with the desire for nourishment, for safety, for self-gratifications, and for appreciation, as one of the elemental lusts of man.