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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 three posts per week
  • First post on

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Jan 2023 2
Feb 2023 6
Mar 2023 9
Apr 2023 8
May 2023 10
Jun 2023 11
Jul 2023 12
Aug 2023 5
Sep 2023 12
Oct 2023 16
Nov 2023 12
Dec 2023 1

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Most recent posts

Quote Origin: I Expect To Pass Through This World But Once. If There Be Any Kindness I Can Show, Let Me Do It Now
Stephen Grellet? Eva Rose York? A. B. Hegeman? William Penn? John Wesley? John Townsend? Eliza M. Hickok? Henry Drummond? Quakers’ Motto? Anonymous? Red, pink, and white candy hearts from Unsplash Question for Quote Investigator: Our …
On , by quoteresearch, 2,820 words
Quote Origin: If I Knew What the Meanings of My Books Were, I Wouldn’t Have Bothered To Write Them
Margaret Drabble? George Plimpton? Apocryphal? Illustration of an open book from Unsplash Question for Quote Investigator: When novelists are asked to explain the meanings of the stories they create some are happy to comply. However, …
On , by quoteresearch, 523 words
Quote Origin: I Write Because I Want More Than One Life
Anne Tyler? Lee Smith? C. S. Lewis? George R. R. Martin? Louis L’Amour? Apocryphal? Preparing to write in a notebook from Unsplash Question for Quote Investigator: A prominent author disclosed a fascinating insight into her …
On , by quoteresearch, 885 words