F. Scott Fitzgerald quote about age from The Beautiful and Damned - We all have souls of different ages
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We all have souls of different ages
 F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned (1922). copy citation

Author F. Scott Fitzgerald
Source The Beautiful and Damned
Topic age soul
Date 1922
Language English
Weblink https://www.gutenberg.org/files/9830/9830-h/9830-h.htm


“Well ordered and clean she was, with hair of an artificially rich gray; her large face sheltered weather-beaten blue eyes and was adorned with just the faintest white mustache.
"I always say," she remarked to Anthony, "that Richard is an ancient soul."
In the tense pause that followed, Anthony considered a pun—something about Dick having been much walked upon. "We all have souls of different ages," continued Mrs. Gilbert radiantly; "at least that's what I say."
"Perhaps so," agreed Anthony with an air of quickening to a hopeful idea. The voice bubbled on:
"Gloria has a very young soul—irresponsible, as much as anything else. She has no sense of responsibility."” source

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