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Minna Antrim


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  • ''Enthusiasms, like stimulants, are often affected by people with small mental ballast.''
    Minna Antrim (1861-?), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions (1901).
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  • ''Satiety is a mongrel that barks at the heels of plenty.''
    Minna Antrim (1861-?), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions (1901).
  • ''To be loved is to be fortunate, but to be hated is to achieve distinction.''
    Minna Antrim (b. 1861), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 60 (1901).
  • ''Experience is a good teacher, but she sends in terrific bills.''
    Minna Antrim (b. 1861), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 99 (1901).
  • ''When a woman is very, very bad, she is awful, but when a man is correspondingly good, he is weird.''
    Minna Antrim (1861-?), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions (1901).
  • ''An epigram is a flashlight of a truth; a witticism, truth laughing at itself.''
    Minna Antrim (b. 1861), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 37 (1901).
  • ''The drama of life begins with a wail and ends with a sigh.''
    Minna Antrim (b. 1861), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions (1901).
  • ''A homely face and no figure have aided many women heavenward.''
    Minna Antrim (1861-?), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 16 (1901).
  • ''A fool bolts pleasure, then complains of moral indigestion.''
    Minna Antrim (b. 1861), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 9 (1901).
  • ''Man forgives women anything save the wit to outwit him.''
    Minna Antrim (1861-?), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 41 (1901).

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