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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Personality
 
  Inanimate objects sometimes appear endowed with a strange power of sight. A statue notices, a tower watches, the face of an edifice contemplates.
Victor Hugo.    
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  Personality is that which is most intimate to me—that by which I must act out my life. It is that by which I belong to man, that by which I am able to reach after God; and He has given to me this pearl of great price. It is an immortal treasure; it is mine, it is His, and no man shall pluck it out of His hand.
Hugh R. Haweis.    
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