Quotations From JANE HARRISON

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  • 1.
    Old age, believe me, is a good and pleasant thing. It is true you are gently shouldered off the stage, but then you are given such a comfortable front stall as spectator.
    Jane Harrison (1850-1928), British classical scholar, writer. "Conclusion," Reminiscences of a Student's Life (1925).

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  • 2.
    To be womanly is one thing, and one only; it is to be sensitive to man, to be highly endowed with the sex instinct; to be manly is to be sensitive to woman.
    Jane Harrison (1850-1928), British classical scholar, writer. "Homo Sum," Alpha and Omega (1915).

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  • 3.
    A young and vital child knows no limit to his own will, and it is the only reality to him. It is not that he wants at the outset to fight other wills, but that they simply do not exist for him. Like the artist, he goes forth to the work of creation, gloriously alone.
    Jane Harrison (1850-1928), British classical scholar, author. "Darwinism and Religion," Alpha and Omega (1915).

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    Marriage, for a woman at least, hampers the two things that made life to me glorious—friendship and learning.
    Jane Harrison (1850-1928), British classical scholar, writer. "Conclusion," Reminiscences of a Student's Life (1925).

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