Bram Stoker quote about success from Dracula - We learn from failure, not from success!
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We learn from failure, not from success!
 Bram Stoker, Dracula (1897). copy citation

Author Bram Stoker
Source Dracula
Topic success experience failure
Date 1897
Language English


“Even if you have not kept the good practise, let me tell you that this case of our dear miss is one that may be—mind, I say may be—of such interest to us and others that all the rest may not make him kick the beam, as your peoples say. Take then good note of it. Nothing is too small. I counsel you, put down in record even your doubts and surmises. Hereafter it may be of interest to you to see how true you guess. We learn from failure, not from success!»
When I described Lucy's symptoms—the same as before, but infinitely more marked—he looked very grave, but said nothing. He took with him a bag in which were many instruments and drugs, «the ghastly paraphernalia of our beneficial trade,» as he once called, in one of his lectures, the equipment of a professor of the healing craft.” source

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