Quotes by Katharine Lee Bates

Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet.
- Katharine Lee Bates
It is the hour to rend thy chains, the blossom time of souls.
- Katharine Lee Bates
The life of Liverpool is commerce; it is a city of warehouses and shops.
- Katharine Lee Bates
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The habit of begging, that plague of tourist resorts, is an incessant nuisance on the Alhambra hill.
- Katharine Lee Bates
A taste for the best reading is not cultivated in Spanish girls, even where the treasures of that great Castilian literature are accessible to them.
- Katharine Lee Bates
Shakespeare's frequent horseback journeys from London to Stratford, and from Stratford to London, must have made him familiar with the county of Oxfordshire.
- Katharine Lee Bates
Spanish children are too often ill-cared for, but despite the abuses of ignorant motherhood and fatherhood, such vivid, vivacious, bewitching little people as they are!
- Katharine Lee Bates
Surely martyrs, irrespective of the special phase of the divine idea for which they gladly give up their bodies to torture and to death, are the truest heroes of history.
- Katharine Lee Bates
Warwick Castle, built of the very centuries, cannot be expected to alter with time's 'brief hours and weeks' - at least, with so few of them as fall to one poor mortal's lot. From visit to visit, I find it as unchanged as the multiplication table.
- Katharine Lee Bates
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