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Constance Cary Harrison
“There is no heaven but Paris, and a French husband is its prophet.”
“Mr. Godfrey, since the publication of his lyrics, went around with the usual conscious simper of one who has just committed the indiscretion of dropping into print — regarding all conversation sustained in his presence upon any other theme than his recent enterprise as decidedly lacking in taste.”
“At last the spring came, when Nature and Hope wake up together ...”
Constance Cary Harrison, U.S. writer
(1843 - 1920)
Also known as Constance Cary, Constance C. Harrison, Mrs. Burton Harrison, as well as by her pseudonym Refugitta.