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A Moment to Remember by Dee Williams (Hardback, 2010)

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Dee Williams. Low spirits are an intellectual luxury. An optimist is one who sees an opportunity in every difficulty. A pessimist is one who sees a difficulty in every opportunity The conquest of great difficulties is the glory of human nature. Jacks, quoted in American character, by Brander Matthews, You have enemies? Often attributed to Churchill, this thought was originally expressed by the French author Victor Hugo in Villemain , as follows: You have enemies?

Why, it is the story of every man who has done a great deed or created a new idea. It is the cloud which thunders around everything that shines. Fame must have enemies, as light must have gnats.

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Do not bother yourself about it; disdain. Keep your mind serene as you keep your life clear. The original French versions of these journals were published after Hugo's death. I only believe in statistics that I doctored myself. This slanderous remark was attributed to Churchill, possibly by Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels to depict him as a liar. Sometimes attributed to Winston Churchill, it is in fact a slight misquote of "A joke's a very serious thing" from the poem "The Ghost" by Charles Churchill.

The idea that a nation can tax itself into prosperity is one of the cruelest delusions which has befuddled the human mind. Boller, Jr. Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts. It actually derives from an advertising campaign for Budweiser beer in the late s. Churchill : If I were your husband I'd drink it. Dates to , American humor origin, originally featuring a woman upset by a man's cigar smoking.

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Cigar often removed in later versions, coffee added in Wilder and De Wolf Hopper. George Bernard Shaw is said to have told W. Come and bring a friend—if you have one. Will attend the second—if there is one. Originally only featured first half about lack of friend; second half retort about lack of second performance attested , as was replacement of personages by George Bernard Shaw and Winston Churchill.

Specific plays added in later variants, ranging from Man and Superman to Saint Joan , and appeared in biographies and quote collections from the s. If you're going through hell, keep going. True origin unknown. Finest Hour described it as "not verifiable in any of the 50 million published words by and about him" Finest Hour, The Journal of Winston Churchill, Number , Winter —10, p.


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A similar quotation: "If you're going through hell, don't stop! This is a modification of a March quote by Israeli politician Abba Eban who said, "Men and nations behave wisely when they have exhausted all other resources. In he said, "My experience teaches me this: Men and nations do act wisely when they have exhausted all the other possibilities. It was attributed to an unnamed Irishman.

He said that you can depend on Americans to do the right thing when they have exhausted every other possibility. It is time to start thinking. Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm Attribution debunked in Langworth's Churchill by Himself.

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Rhodes James, Robert. Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches Bowker Company. ISBN Churchill: His Complete Speeches vol. Britain Since A Nation in the World , p. Churchill, Churchill in His Own Words, ed. Richard M. The Guardian. Muller, ed. A readable. Excellent book, very gripping with brief but clear info regarding WW1 era. Feb 13, Steph rated it really liked it.

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Such an unbelievably easy book to read,I flew through it in the same day. It was quick to read in that there was no lingering over chapters and long drawn out times in Milly's life,it was so fast paced. Tho saying that it was far too rushed at the end,you knew she would meet up with someone from her past eventually and when she clapped eyes on him that was it,story solved the end!

At least give us a chapter or epilogue! Jan 22, Ria rated it it was amazing. A lovely romantic story telling the tale of Millicent Ash.

Unhappy at home with the misery and drudgery of her poverty stricken family and abusive father she decides to leave to try and help herself and maybe her family out of their troubles by finding her mythical aunt Doris whom her mam lost touch with many years ago. Along the way she is picked up in the park by an invalid girl named Jane and her nurse Walton. An indulged and very much beloved child Jane is allowed anything her heart desires by A lovely romantic story telling the tale of Millicent Ash. Can she ever find love or happiness again or will she always be haunted by that "moment to remember"?

Well written with a wealth of historical detail and a great page turner as I finished it in less than 24 hours this is a must for any period novel fan.

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A wonderful read. May 01, Angie Rhodes rated it it was amazing Shelves: owned. I really enjoyed this book, that tells of a family struggling, with hardship, a tale of love, and loss,, friendship, and loyalty, For me,it was a fairytale, and I loved it! Sep 07, Arian Mae added it. Sep 13, Judith rated it did not like it. I can't believe this warranted being published in hardback. Picked it up at a charity shop, ex municipal library. Sugary sweet, shallow characters, achingly predictable and stereotypical. Jun 07, Charly rated it really liked it. Really interesting to read!

Gave a true insight into life in the early s. Read if you have a love for romance and survival in the past! A good little read. Could picture the characters very well. Sep 18, Chrissie rated it it was amazing. As always a brilliant book, I can always guarantee a good read if its a Dee Williams book. Bernice Birtles rated it it was amazing May 06, Pauline rated it really liked it Oct 30, Kim Boucher rated it it was amazing Aug 31, Balgreen rated it really liked it Nov 01, Joanne Perrone rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Laura avery rated it liked it Jan 21, Irene rated it it was amazing Mar 19, Ann Geddes rated it really liked it Mar 19,