Henrietta Lowell Quotes in A New Leaf (1971)
Henrietta Lowell Quotes:
Henry Graham: Tell me about yourself, Miss Lowell - your work, your hopes, your dreams.
Henrietta Lowell: Well, I work as a teacher and I also do field work and write monographs. My hope is to discover a new variety of fern that has never been described or classified. I don't know what my dream is. Do you think it could be the same as my hope? Well, at any rate, that is my work and my hope except for my dream, which I'm not sure of.
Henrietta Lowell: Did you hurt yourself?
Henry Lowell: No, kneeling on glass is my favorite pastime. It keeps me from slouching.
Henrietta Lowell: Really, Andrew. I don't see why you take it for granted that the only reason someone would marry me is for my money. There may be some other basis, you know.
Andy McPherson: Oh my God! Oh my God! Of course, Henrietta! Haven't I proposed to you these past ten years on whatever other basis there is?
Henrietta Lowell: They say if you don't scratch, it itches less.
Henry Graham: Well, they're wrong. It only looks like it itches less because you're not scratching.
Baxter: Now, I think ...
Henrietta Lowell: You don't think. You think you think. I think!
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