A Quote by Ellen Glasgow on anger, animals, dogs, life, people, pleasure, and profit

. . . this rage - I have never forgotten it - contained every anger, every revolt I had ever felt in my life - the way I felt when I saw the black dog hunted, the way I felt when I watched old Uncle Henry taken away to the almshouse, the way I felt whenever I had seen people or animals hurt for the pleasure or profit of others.

Ellen Glasgow (1874 - 1945)

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