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Theres no snobbery like that of the poor toward one another.
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Don't sell your soul to buy peanuts for the monkeys.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

Very often adverse criticism goes to craft, and that sounds an alarm to which attention should be paid.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

I don't approve the informality in the world today, Mr. James. It's made strangers of us all.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

It's a great wonder to me, the Irish attachment to our history. What is it but a series of lamentations?

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

Flattery makes fools of the best of us.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

Beware of feelings, Father. They are the biggest liars in us. They make truth what we want it to be.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

The law is above the law, you know.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

There's no snobbery like that of the poor toward one another.

— Dorothy Salisbury Davis

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