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Frances Noyes Hart

  • Platitudes are generally the oldest and profoundest of truths ...

  • There is hardly anything that an ingenious mind cannot bring itself to doubt, granted sufficient industry and application.

  • It's the greatest murder trial of the century — about every two years another one of 'em comes along.

  • ... even Mademoiselle Neubahr can't make me believe in hell. It doesn't seem a very — witty — solution of the crime-and-punishment situation, does it?

  • Death cannot alter facts — only feelings.

  • It's not that I'm afraid to die, but I'm terribly, terribly afraid not to live.

Frances Noyes Hart, U.S. writer

(1890 - 1943)

Full name: Frances Newbold Noyes Hart.