Quotemeal: Dec. 28th, 2005

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

"The past, with its pleasures, its rewards, its foolishness, its punishments, is there for each of us forever, and it should be."
— Lillian Hellman

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Illustration of Lillian Hellman — "The past, with its pleasures, its rewards, its foolishness, its punishments, is there for each of us forever, and it should be."

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