Dorothea Dix Quote: “It is of no use to…”

It is of no use to commit whole pages to memory, merely to recite them once without hesitation; you must think of the meaning more than the words – of the ideas more than the language.

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Name: Dorothea Dix
Profession: Activist
Nationality: American
Birthday: April 4, 1802
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