Charles Dodgson (archdeacon) Quote

The truth of what I have so often inculcated, that it is the "steady, painstaking, likely-to-do-good" man who in the long run wins the race against those who now and then give a brilliant flash and, as Shakespeare says, "straight are cold again".


As quoted in The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (1898) p. 55

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The truth of what I have so often inculcated, that it is the steady, painstaking, likely-to-do-good man who in the long run wins the race against...

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The truth of what I have so often inculcated, that it is the steady, painstaking, likely-to-do-good man who in the long run wins the race against...

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The truth of what I have so often inculcated, that it is the steady, painstaking, likely-to-do-good man who in the long run wins the race against...

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The truth of what I have so often inculcated, that it is the steady, painstaking, likely-to-do-good man who in the long run wins the race against...