Quotations About / On:
No mother-in-law ever remembers that she was once a daughter-in-law.
India's poor daughter, how neglected and ignored she was, she is, how has she borne over the years!
(India's poor and neglected daughter)
You killed your own daughter and, accused your husband for it! And, he was sentenced for 50 years! !
Do not sell her in the flesh market. She is after all someone's daughter.
I thought about all of us women and how we spend half our lives rebelling against our mothers and the next half rebelling against our daughters.
(Lois Wyse (20th century), U.S. author. Funny, You Don't Look Like a Grandmother, "Diary of a Mad Grandmother," (1990).)
She would love still, but she would never again be tender till her daughter should have repudiated her base,her monstrous engagement.
(Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), British novelist. Lady Anna, vol. 2, ch. xx, London, Chapman and Hall (1874).)
... the physical and domestic education of daughters should occupy the principal attention of mothers, in childhood: and the stimulation of the intellect should be very much reduced.
(Catherine E. Beecher (1800-1878), U.S. educator and author. Treatise on Domestic Economy for the Use of Young Ladies at Home and at School, ch. 4 (1843).)
Oh, yes, everything's fine. I always stop by the police station in the middle of the night to pick up my daughter.
(Theodore Simonson. Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.. Mr. Martin, The Blob, when he comes to pick up Jane (1958).
From an original idea by Irvine H. Millgate and actor name.)
Of all the haunting moments of motherhood, few rank with hearing your own words come out of your daughter's mouth.
(Victoria Secunda (20th century), U.S. psychologist and author. Women and Their Fathers, ch. 3 (1992).)
One encounters very capable fathers abashed by their piano-playing daughters. Three measures of Schumann make them red with embarrassment.
(Alfred Döblin (1878-1957), German-Jewish novelist, physician. Trans. by David Dollenmayer. "The Spirit of the Naturalistic Age," 1924, Works on Aesthetics, Poetics and Literature, ed. Erich Kleinschmidt (1989).)