Carolyn Gold Heilbrun - Quotes

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Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze.

Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze.

Ironically, women who acquire power are more likely to be criticized for it than are the men who have always had it.

Ironically, women who acquire power are more likely to be criticized for it than are the men who have always had it.

Quoting, like smoking, is a dirty habit to which I am devoted. ---->>>

To recommend that women become identical to men, would be simple reversal, and would defeat the whole point of androgyny, and for that matter, feminism: in both, the whole point is choice. ---->>>

The point of quotations is that one can use another's words to be insulting. ---->>>

The journey is over. Love to all. ---->>>

The married are those who have taken the terrible risk of intimacy and, having taken it, know life without intimacy to be impossible. ---->>>

Whether animals admit it or not, they and I communicate. ---->>>

You can flush my ashes down the toilet, for all I care. ---->>>

Today's shocks are tomorrow's conventions. ---->>>

Ideas move rapidly when their time comes. ---->>>

We in middle age require adventure. ---->>>

Odd, the years it took to learn one simple fact: that the prize just ahead, the next job, publication, love affair, marriage always seemed to hold the key to satisfaction but never, in the longer run, sufficed. ---->>>

Biography

Carolyn Gold Heilbrun profile (carolyn-gold-heilbrun.jpg)
Nationality: American
Born: 01-13, 1926
Birthplace:
Die: 10-09, 2003
Occupation: Author
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Carolyn Gold Heilbrun (January 13, 1926 – October 9, 2003) was an American academic at Columbia University, the first woman to receive tenure in the English department, and a prolific feminist author of academic studies. In addition, beginning in the 1960s, she published numerous popular mystery novels with a woman protagonist, under the pen name of Amanda Cross (wikipedia)