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Quote Investigator® – Tracing Quotations

Records the investigatory work of Garson O’Toole who diligently seeks the truth about quotations. Who really said what?

  • By Garson O’Toole
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per week
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Most recent posts

Quip Origin: If God Had Intended That People Should Go Naked, We Would Have Been Born That Way
Walt Willis? Zorima? Raymond Duncan’s Wife? Anonymous? Public domain illustration of a clothesline Question for Quote Investigator: The “appeal to nature” argument asserts that something which is natural is good, and something which is unnatural …
On , by quoteresearch, 1,728 words
Quote Origin: The Way That Person Believes In Themselves Is Quite Refreshing In These Atheistic Times When Many Believe In No God At All
Israel Zangwill? G. K. Chesterton? George Bernard Shaw? William Thomas Stead? H. G. Wells? Apocryphal? Illustration of Rays of Sunlight from Unsplash Question for Quote Investigator: Intellectuals often think very highly of themselves. One wit …
On , by quoteresearch, 1,532 words
Anecdote Origin: In the Wild Hill Countries from Whence My Client Comes They Talk of Little Else
Alexander Martin Sullivan? Marshall Hall? Henry Harte Barry? John Chute Neligan? Illustration of a wooden gavel from Unsplash Question for Quote Investigator: A popular anecdote in legal circles concerns a lawyer who was representing a …
On , by quoteresearch, 2,331 words