Clarence Darrow Quote

Autobiography is never entirely true. No one can get the right perspective on himself. Every fact is colored by imagination and dream. The young look forth across the sea to a mirage of fairylands filled with hidden treasures; the aged turn to the fading past, and through the mist and haze that veils once familiar scenes, bygone events assume weird and fanciful proportions.


Ch. 1 "Before The Beginning" - The Story of My Life (1932)

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Autobiography is never entirely true. No one can get the right perspective on himself. Every fact is colored by imagination and dream. The young look ...

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Autobiography is never entirely true. No one can get the right perspective on himself. Every fact is colored by imagination and dream. The young look ...

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Autobiography is never entirely true. No one can get the right perspective on himself. Every fact is colored by imagination and dream. The young look ...

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Autobiography is never entirely true. No one can get the right perspective on himself. Every fact is colored by imagination and dream. The young look ...