.
LitQuotes.

Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens

Join Us Pinterest Facebook Twitter

LitQuoes"Natural affections and instincts, my dear sir, are the most beautiful of the Almighty's works, but like other beautiful works of His, they must be reared and fostered, or it is as natural that they should be wholly obscured, and that new feelings should usurp their place, as it is that the sweetest productions of the earth, left untended, should be choked with weeds and briers. I wish we could be brought to consider this, and remembering natural obligations a little more at the right time, talk about them a little less at the wrong one." ~ Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens
Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens



Other LitQuotes Features

  • Daily Quote - Check out our daily quote from literature.
  • Random Quote - Shakespeare? Dickens? Austen? What quote will you get?
  • Random Love Quote - It's all about love on the random love quote page.
  • Random Words of Wisdom Quote - This page gives you sage thinking from some trusted sources. Maybe you'll get a quote from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Mark Twain or George Eliot. Our Words of Wisdom collection contains entries from unexpected sources like Bram Stoker and Algernon Blackwood.
  • Random Funny Quote - Need a laugh? Check out the random funny quote.


 

~ LitQuotes ~