Edgar Watson Howe was a prolific American novelist, magazine and newspaper editor. Also renowned as E.W Howe, he was well travelled and was best-known for his witty editorials. His most famous work is considered to be ‘E.W Howe’s Monthly’. Some of his notable works, novels and short stories include, ‘When A Woman Enjoys Herself And Other Tales Of A Small Town, ‘A Story Of A Country Town’, ‘A Moonlight Boy’, ‘The Trip To The West Indies’, ‘Plain People’, ‘The Confessions of John Whitlock’ and various others. We have rounded up the popular, inspiring, famous and widely quoted quotes and sayings by Edgar Watson Howe which have been excerpted from his writings, short stories, novels, articles, editorials, thoughts, work and life. Zoom through the notable quotations and thoughts by Edgar Watson Howe on war, finding, everything, indifference, always, secrets, advice, respect, desire, people, business, children, fight, marriage, morality, ancestors, forgive, religion, learning, faith and experience.