Talk:Julia Ward Howe
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- Every life has its actual blanks, which the ideal must fill up, or which else remain bare and profitless forever.
- I studied my way out of all the mental agonies which Calvinism can engender and became a Unitarian.
- Marriage, like death, is a debt we owe to nature.
- When I see the elaborate study and ingenuity displayed by women in the pursuit of trifles, I feel no doubt of their capacity for the most herculean undertakings.