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Finley Peter Dunne

Data de nascimento: 10. Julho 1867
Data de falecimento: 24. Abril 1936

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Finley Peter Dunne foi um humorista, jornalista e editor estadunidense.

Finley era casado com a golfista estadunidense Margaret Abbott.

Sepultado no Cemitério de Woodlawn.

Citações Finley Peter Dunne

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„Thrust ivrybody—but cut th' ca-ards.“

— Finley Peter Dunne
[http://books.google.com/books?id=yqhaAAAAMAAJ&q="Thrust+ivrybody"+"but+cut+th'+ca-ards"&pg=PA254#v=onepage Casual Observations], Mr. Dooley's Philosophy (1900)

„Sure, politics ain't bean-bag. 'Tis a man's game, an' women, childer, cripples an' prohybitionists 'd do well to keep out iv it.“

— Finley Peter Dunne
Chicago Evening Post, October 5, 1895. Excerpted in [https://books.google.com/books?id=sbgfBgAAQBAJ&lpg=PA125&dq=%22politics%20ain't%20bean-bag%22&pg=PA125#v=onepage&q=%22politics%20ain't%20bean-bag%22&f=false Finley Peter Dunne and Mr. Dooley: The Chicago Years] by Charles Fanning (1978).

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„A fanatic is a man that does what he thinks th' Lord wud do if He knew th' facts iv th' case.“

— Finley Peter Dunne
[http://books.google.com/books?id=rTUPAAAAYAAJ&q="A+fanatic+is+a+man+that+does+what+he+thinks+th'+Lord+wud+do+if+He+knew+th'+facts+iv+th'+case"&pg=PA258#v=onepage Casual Observations], Mr. Dooley's Philosophy (1900)

„Th' Turkey bur-rd's th' rale cause iv Thanksgivin'. He's th' naytional air. Abolish th' Turkey an' ye desthroy th' tie that binds us as wan people.“

— Finley Peter Dunne
[http://books.google.com/books?id=bTtaAAAAYAAJ&q=%22Th+Turkey+bur-rd's+th+rale+cause+iv+Thanksgivin+He's+th+naytional+air+Abolish+th+Turkey+an+ye+desthroy+th+tie+that+binds+us+as+wan+people%22&pg=PT126#v=onepage "Mr. Dooley on Thanksgiving,"] syndicated column (25 November 1900) [http://books.google.com/books?id=EO0pAAAAYAAJ&q=%22th+Turkey+bur-rd-s+th+rale+cause+iv+Thanksgivin+he-s+th+naytional+air+abolish+th+turkey+an+ye+desthroy+th+tie+that+binds+us+as+wan+people%22&pg=PA128#v=onepage Thanksgiving], Mr. Dooley's Opinions (1901)