Hannah More Quote

He fell into the common error of those who begin to read late in life — that of thinking that what he did not know himself, was equally new to others; and he was apt to fancy that he and the author he was reading were the only two people in the world who knew any thing.


The Works of Hannah More (1841)

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He fell into the common error of those who begin to read late in life — that of thinking that what he did not know himself, was equally new to...

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He fell into the common error of those who begin to read late in life — that of thinking that what he did not know himself, was equally new to...

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He fell into the common error of those who begin to read late in life — that of thinking that what he did not know himself, was equally new to...

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He fell into the common error of those who begin to read late in life — that of thinking that what he did not know himself, was equally new to...