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Leah Morton

  • ... we Jews are alike. We have the same intensities, the sensitiveness, poetry, bitterness, sorrow, the same humor, the same memories. The memories are not those we can bring forth from our minds: they are centuries old and are written in our features, in the cells of our brains.

  • Could it be, I wondered, that the Jew was disliked, feared, only when he was an equal?

  • My days ran away so fast. I simply ran after my days.

Leah Morton, Polish-born U.S. writer, journalist

(1890 - 1954)

Real name: Elisabeth Gertrude Levin Stern. Also wrote as Eleanor Morton.