Quotes of Jessica Mitford

“ You may not be able to change the world, but at least you can embarrass the guilty. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ You may not be able to change the world, but at least you can embarrass the guilty. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ Gracious dying is a huge, macabre and expensive joke on the American public. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ You may not be able to change the world, but at least you can embarrass the guilty. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ Gracious dying is a huge, macabre and expensive joke on the American public. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ Gracious dying is a huge, macabre and expensive joke on the American public. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ Gracious dying is a huge, macabre and expensive joke on the American public. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ I have nothing against undertakers personally. It's just that I wouldn't want one to bury my sister. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ Gracious dying is a huge, macabre and expensive joke on the American public. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ I have nothing against undertakers personally. It's just that I wouldn't want one to bury my sister. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ You may not be able to change the world, but at least you can embarrass the guilty. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford

“ It is somehow reassuring to discover that the word "travel" is derived from "travail," denoting the pains of childbirth. ”

- Jessica Mitford
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