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"Tradition is tradition is tradition" Where is that from?

I thought Gormenghast but Google is giving me nothing. Maybe I made it up.

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago
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    I think it is one of a host of variants on Getrude Stein's "A rose is a rose is a rose"

    Only reference to Tradition is tradition is tradition is Philip Mellor using it in an essay on buddhist teacher Sangharakshita, but it does sound like something Mervyn Peake might have had Prunesquallor say.

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