Quotations by Beryl Bainbridge
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Born: Wednesday, November 21, 1934
Being constantly with children was like wearing a pair of shoes that were expensive and too small. She couldn't bear to throw them out, but they gave her blisters.
(Keywords: Being, Children)
Everything else you grow out of, but you never recover from childhood.
I've never been drawn to the feminist movement. I was brought up to believe that men had little to do with the home or children - except to bring in the money.
(Keywords: Home, Men, Money, Children)
It seems to me that a mutually beneficial relationship between a man and woman requires the man to be dominant. A sensible woman will allow the man to think he is the most important partner.
(Keywords: Man, Will, Woman)
When I got a telly we had no aerial, but I discovered that if I or one of the children stood by it you could get a picture. So I had to make a statue that could stand by the telly.