Congrats to Lady-in-Waiting for getting last week’s quote right. For everyone else, last week’s quote was the first line in Black Beauty.
Since we’re on a roll with classics, let’s try doing a quote from another classic. I want a lot of guesses on this one. I know a lot of y’all have read this one, and the quote isn’t too obscure. (Hint: It’s not the first line of the book!)
“The [blank], Mademoiselle,” he said at last “is the name of a humble English wayside flower; but it is also the name chosen to hide the identity of the best and bravest man in all the world, so that he may better succeed in accomplishing the noble task he has set himself to do.”
Last week’s quote was from Black Beauty. What is your favorite part of that story?