A great many things have been pronounced untrue and absurd, and even impossible, by the highest authorities in the age in which they lived, which have afterwards, and, indeed, within a very short period, been found to be both possible and true.
What a man has made himself he will be; his state is the result of his past life, and his heaven or hell is in himself.
Nothing in the past or future ever will feel like today.- Unknown
I tend to live in the past because most of my life is there.- Herb Caen
Little things in my past that I really thought were over and done with were still elements...- Marie Osmond
Sometimes it's good to leave the past in the past.- M.L. Stedman
I cannot alter the past, but the future is very much in my hands.- Mary Lydon Simonsen
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|Profession:||Novelist, Playwright, Writer|
Catherine Ann Crowe was born in Borough Green, Kent, England. She was an English novelist, story writer and playwright. Crowe's two plays, the verse tragedy Aristodemus and the melodrama The Cruel Kindness both had historical themes paralleling her own family problems. The book that established Crowe as a novelist was The Adventures of Susan Hopley. She also wrote a number of books for children, including versions of Uncle Tom's Cabin for young readers, Pippie's Warning; or, Mind Your Temper, The Story of Arthur Hunter and his First Shilling and The Adventures of a Monkey.
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