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Christopher Crowfield

  • ... home ... is life's undress rehearsal, its back-room, its dressing-room, from which we go forth to more careful and guarded intercourse, leaving behind us much débris of cast-off and every-day clothing.

    • Christopher Crowfield,
    • "Fault-Finding," Little Foxes ()
  • Life here in America is so fervid, so fast ... that the tendencies to nervous disease are constantly aggravated.

    • Christopher Crowfield,
    • "Irritability," Little Foxes ()
  • The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.

    • Christopher Crowfield,
    • "Repression," Little Foxes ()
  • I think one of the greatest destroyers of domestic peace is Discourtesy. People neglect, with their nearest friends, those refinements and civilities which they practice with strangers.

    • Christopher Crowfield,
    • "Discourtesy," Little Foxes ()

Christopher Crowfield, U.S. writer, abolitionist

(1811 - 1896)

Real name: Harriet Beecher Stowe (see quotations under that name).