Who Said Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder?


Beauty is the eye of the beholder was said by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford, who wrote many books under the pseudonym of 'The Duchess'. She was an Irish novelist whose fiction was popular throughout in the 19th century. She was born in county cork Ireland on 27 April and died on 24 January 1897,for example she wrote books like molly bawn and Phyllis which became her most well-known books.
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The person who is widely credited with coining the saying in its current form is Margaret Wolfe Hungerford (née Hamilton) who wrote many books, often under the pseudonym of
Beauty is in the heart of the beholder. H G Wells ChaCha!
It is aan 18th century proverb - also known from the 3rd century BC in Greek. Shakespeare expressed a similar sentiment in Love's Labours Lost: "Beauty is bought by judgement
I think the person who looks at you with love has the most beautiful eyes. Eyes full of tenderness, hope and expectation. Brown eyes seem more magnetic and charming.
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Though the sentiment had been expressed before, Margaret Wolfe Hungerford is credited with coining the saying "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" in her 1878 book Molly Bawn.
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