From The Making of a Marchioness, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
"'She's the kind of woman ideas sink into if they are well put,' she had remarked in times gone by. 'She's not sharp enough to see that things are being suggested to her, but a suggestion acts upon her delightfully.'"
From Chapter Nine
Monday, March 28, 2011
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I think I applied "pingback" incorrectly. Had I linked to your post in mine or you had linked to mine in yours, rather than my pasting an inactive link into a comments box, we would have electronically linked to one another.ReplyDelete
Sorry to confuse!