Dorothy Gilman Quote

The richness of living caught at her throat, and all the well-meant security with which people surrounded themselves was exposed for what it truly was: a wall to keep out life, a conceit, a mad delusion.


The Amazing Mrs. Pollifax (1970)

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The richness of living caught at her throat, and all the well-meant security with which people surrounded themselves was exposed for what it truly...

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The richness of living caught at her throat, and all the well-meant security with which people surrounded themselves was exposed for what it truly...

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The richness of living caught at her throat, and all the well-meant security with which people surrounded themselves was exposed for what it truly...

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The richness of living caught at her throat, and all the well-meant security with which people surrounded themselves was exposed for what it truly...