Guess a Quote (11.18.14)

Guess a Quote [Hinds Feet]Wow! I finally stumped you all again. 🙂 The quote from last week came from Hinds’ Feet On High Places. How many of you have read it? I haven’t, but it sounds like it’s written in a style similar to Pilgrim’s Progress? Is it? Is it something I should add to my reading list?

Now for this week’s quote, recommended by Spencer R. I laughed just reading it! It’s from a popular classic.

Still, an Englishman’s ‘ouse is his Castle, and castles must not be busted ‘cept when done in war time.

Happy Guessing!

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  1. Torn between two Dickens’s books, but I’m going with Great Expectations. 😉

  2. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens!
    Hinds Feet was one of my all-time favorite books! Wish I’d had a chance to guess that one. 🙂

  3. Jennifer Sauer

     /  November 18, 2014

    Great Expectations!! ❤ ❤ Love that book so much!!

  4. I believe it’s Great Expectations. At least that’s what it sounds like. Maybe Uncle Joe.

  5. I missed last week’s quote. I LOVE Hind’s Feet On High Places- wonderful allegory. It’s a more modern style than Pilgrim’s Progress, which is kind of a plus 😉 but both are amazing allegories and also just plain great stories as well. You should definitely read it 😀

  6. As for this week’s quote, I didn’t think I knew it at first, then I thought about it again…and thought of “Great Expectations.” I read it a while ago and really liked it.

  7. Great Expectations!!! I love that book!!!!

  8. I don’t think I count because I know what book Spencer just read! 🙂
    I have heard of “Hinds Feet on High Places”, but I have not read it.

  9. Er… You’ve stumped me. Oh well—don’t take too long to divulge our answer. 🙂


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