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Alice quotes by Alice Oseman
#1. He smiled and looked away. 'Sometimes I think we're the same person...but we just got accidentally split into two before we were born. #Quote by Alice Oseman
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#2. I'll pretend to be who they want me to be.' He grinned then, and she saw his youth. 'But it won't work. In the end I'll have to disappoint someone. Either them, or myself. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#3. I think we have to own the fears that we
have of each other, and then, in some
practical way, some daily way, figure
out how to see people differently
than the way we were brought up to.
#Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Roberts
#4. If you happen to be one of the people who has a split zygomaticus major muscle, where the lower part of it is tethered to the overlying skin, this will create a dimple in your cheek when you smile. #Quote by Alice Roberts
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#5. Holding a tear back makes them drain upward, higher and higher, until one day your head just explodes and you're left with a stub of a neck and nothing more. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Miller
#6. Child abuse is still sanctioned - indeed, held in high regard - in our society as long as it is defined as child-rearing. It is a tragic fact that parents beat their children in order to escape the emotions from how they were treated by their own parents. #Quote by Alice Miller
Alice quotes by Alice James
#7. One has a greater sense of intellectual degradation after an interview with a doctor than from any human experience. #Quote by Alice James
Alice quotes by Mary Alice Monroe
#8. She thought how sharp words could sting when they held the truth. #Quote by Mary Alice Monroe
Alice quotes by Alice Oswald
#9. I have this exercise where I force myself to look out from the flower's point of view at these great walloping humans coming down the path, and try, just try and feel it from their point of view because it's a different world to them, a fascinating hard one. #Quote by Alice Oswald
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#10. Womanist is to feminist as purple is to lavender. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Clayton
#11. It wasn't love or lust, but something we both recognized as a possibility of something. It was so pure, so uninhibited … We just threw ourselves into it. These moments that were little pockets of perfection. It was like nothing else mattered. Just us. #Quote by Alice Clayton
Alice quotes by Alice Thomas Ellis
#12. Men love women, women love children; children love hamsters– it's quite hopeless. #Quote by Alice Thomas Ellis
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#13. One thing in the school was captivating, lovely. Pictures of birds. Rose didn't know if the teacher had climbed up and nailed them above the blackboard, too high for easy desecration, if they were her first and last hopeful effort, or if they dated from some earlier, easier time in the school's history. Where had they come from, how had they arrived there, when nothing else did, in the way of decoration, illustration?

A red-headed woodpecker; an oriole; a blue jay; a Canada goose. The colors clear and long-lasting. Backgrounds of pure snow, of blossoming branches, of heady summer sky. In an ordinary classroom they would not have seemed so extraordinary. Here they were bright and eloquent, so much at variance with everything else that what they seemed to represent was not the birds themselves, not those skies and snows, but some other world of hardy innocence, bounteous information, privileged lightheartedness. No stealing from lunch pails there; no slashing coats; no pulling down pants and probing with painful sticks; no fucking; no Franny. #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#14. But when she was finished running away, when she just went on, what would she put in his place? #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Alice Oseman
#15. Give your friendships the magic you would give a romance. Because they're just as important. Actually, for us, they're way more important. #Quote by Alice Oseman
Alice quotes by Derek Landy
#16. What's this about slippers?" Stephanie's mom said, walking in.
"Dad's just saying he could never lead the resistance against a robot army because he wears slippers."
"This is very true," her mum said.
"Then it's decided," Stephanie's father said. "When the robot army makes itself known, I will be one of the first traitors to sell out the human race."
"Wow," said Stephanie.
"Now that's an about-turn," said her mum.
"It's the only way," said her dad. "I have to make sure my family survives. The two of you and that other one, the small one--"
"That's her. You're all that matter to me. You're all I care about. I will betray the human race so that the robot army spares you. And then later, I will betray you so that the robot army spares me. It's a dangerous ploy, but someone has to be willing to take the big risks, and I'll be damned if I'm about to let anyone else gamble with my family's future."
"You're so brave," Stephanie's mum said.
"I know," said her dad, and then quieter, "I know. #Quote by Derek Landy
Alice quotes by Alice Temperley
#17. I can live in a bubble, I like not to know anything about financials. #Quote by Alice Temperley
Alice quotes by Erica Jong
#18. Why are women so ungenerous to other women? Is it because we have been tokens for so long? Or is there a deeper animosity we owe it to ourselves to explore?
A publisher...couldn't understand why women were so loath to help each other.... The notion flitted through my mind that somehow, by helping..., I might be hurting my own chances for something or other -- what I did not know. If there was room for only one woman poet, another space would be filled....
If I still feel I am in competition with other women, how do less well-known women feel? Terrible, I have to assume.

I have had to train myself to pay as much attention to women at parties as to men.... I have had to force myself not to be dismissive of other women's creativity. We have been semi-slaves for so long (as Doris Lessing says) that we must cultivate freedom within ourselves. It doesn't come naturally. Not yet.
In her writing about the drama of childhood developments, Alice Miller has created, among other things, a theory of freedom. in order to embrace freedom, a child must be sufficiently nurtured, sufficiently loved. Security and abundance are the grounds for freedom. She shows how abusive child-rearing is communicated from one generation to the next and how fascism profits from generations of abused children. Women have been abused for centuries, so it should surprise no one that we are so good at abusing each other. Until we learn how to stop doing that, we cannot make our revoluti #Quote by Erica Jong
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#19. Alice: Why is a raven like a writing desk?
Hatter: I haven't the faintest idea. #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Candice Millard
#20. When he arrived, he found that the two most important women in his life - his mother and his young wife - were dying. At 3:00 a.m. on February 14, Valentine's Day, Martha Roosevelt, still a vibrant, dark-haired Southern belle at forty-six, died of typhoid fever. Eleven hours later, her daughter-in-law, Alice Lee Roosevelt, who had given birth to Theodore's first child just two days before, succumbed to Bright's disease, a kidney disorder. That night, in his diary, Roosevelt marked the date with a large black "X" and a single anguished entry: "The light has gone out of my life. #Quote by Candice Millard
Alice quotes by Jean-Luke Swanepoel
#21. Old Bette Davis movies are all she watches now. There's one where Bette Davis's character goes blind, and as the credits rolled my mother said, 'Must be what they mean when they talk about Bette Davis eyes. #Quote by Jean-Luke Swanepoel
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#22. Do people choose the art that inspires them - do they think it over, decide they might prefer the fabulous to the real? For me, it was those early readings of fairy tales that made me who I was as a reader and, later on, as a storyteller. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#23. What's really hard is that you could care a lot for someone and not want to live with him anymore. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Sebold
#24. As she stood in the darkened room and watched my sister and father, I knew one of things that heaven meant. I had a choice, and it was not to divide my family in my heart. #Quote by Alice Sebold
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#25. The animals of the planet are in desperate peril ... Without free animal life I believe we will lose the spiritual equivalent of oxygen. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Brynn Myers
#26. I'm not broken. Not really," I sighed. "My name is Novaleigh. Novaleigh Darrow. #Quote by Brynn Myers
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#27. There is no graceful way to carry hatred. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Boyes
#28. Let's consider a less severe example: Bridget feels anxious about fixing the computer and emailing the accountant so she asks her partner, Steve, to do these things for her. The more people rely on their loved ones to do things for them when they feel anxious, the more their anxiety is likely to grow. Over time, they will feel less and less competent. They'll increasingly doubt their ability to cope with situations that provoke anxiety. More and more situations will set off their self-doubt. Their relationships are also likely to suffer. #Quote by Alice Boyes
Alice quotes by Stephenie Meyer
#29. You'd think I was shoving bamboo splinters under your nails. (Alice from Twilight) #Quote by Stephenie Meyer
Alice quotes by Alice Miller
#30. They ward off any kind of accusation from the parents who once maltreated them so severely. They do not know what that treatment has done to them, they do not know how much they have suffered from it. Above all, they do not want to know. They see it as something beneficial, something inflicted on them for their own good. Self-therapy #Quote by Alice Miller
Alice quotes by Alice Oseman
#31. The aromantic and asexual spectrums weren't just straight lines. They
were radar charts with at least a dozen different axes. #Quote by Alice Oseman
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#32. Abortion, for many women, is more than an experience of suffering beyond anything most men will ever know, it is an act of mercy, and an act of self-defense. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
#33. Sometimes I wish I could just press a button and be through school and starting my real life,' I told him.
'This is your real life, Al,' he said, 'Don't start living in the future. That's like gulping down a piece of fudge cake and then asking yourself, 'Where'd it go?' You're missing the moment. #Quote by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Alice quotes by Alice Foote MacDougall
#34. That is the wearisome part of business - there is no peace, no sense of certain, permanent achievement, no stability. The unexpected, and usually the awful, is forever happening. #Quote by Alice Foote MacDougall
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#35. When I'm not writing, I can't make sense of out anything. I feel the need to make some sense and find some order, and writing fiction is the only way I've found that seems to begin to do that. #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Jojo Moyes
#36. She was so ridiculously happy that most days she didn't know how to contain it. Every morning before dawn she would unwrap her long limbs reluctantly from those of her husband, drink the coffee he insisted on making for her, then walk down to open the library and get the stove going, ready for the others to arrive. Despite the cold and the brutal hour, she was almost always to be found smiling. If Peggy Van Cleve's friends chose to remark that Alice Guisler had let herself go something awful since she'd started up at that library, what with her un-set hair and her mannish outfits (and to think her so refined and well-dressed when she came, and all!), then Fred couldn't have noticed less. He was married to the most beautiful woman in the world, and every night after they had each finished work, and put away the dishes side by side, he made sure to pay homage. In the still air of Split Creek it was not unusual for those who were walking past in the darkness to shake an amused head at the breathless and joyous sounds emanating from the house behind the library. In Baileyville, in winter, there was not much to do after the sun went down, after all. #Quote by Jojo Moyes
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#37. They were assumed, like women and cats, to have no souls. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Tisdale Hobart
#38. Every theory in medicine, if medicine is to remain healthy, must be beaten out on the anvil of skepticism. So do we weed out charlatanism. #Quote by Alice Tisdale Hobart
Alice quotes by Alice Winocour
#39. Since PTSD is being exposed to death and the death of someone close, I felt really close to [the soldiers]. #Quote by Alice Winocour
Alice quotes by Alice Neel
#40. You know it's very hard to maintain a theory in the face of life that comes crashing about you. #Quote by Alice Neel
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#41. She sat with that chewed-in yet absentminded smile on her face as if she'd been given a present she knew she would like, even if she hadn't got the wrapping off it yet. #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Alice Boyes
#42. If handing over tasks to others activates your difficulties in tolerating uncertainty, talk to yourself kindly about your feelings. Acknowledge that keeping a tight grip on the reins in every aspect of your life helps you feel secure but also acknowledge when that's wearing you out. Notice if being very controlling is one of those behavioral patterns that helps you feel less anxious in the short term but makes you feel more anxious in the long term. Being excessively controlling is one of those "the more you do it, the more you need to do it" anxiety patterns. #Quote by Alice Boyes
Alice quotes by Alice Cooper
#43. The sicker our fans get, the sicker we'll get #Quote by Alice Cooper
Alice quotes by Angela Carter
#44. Spilt, glistering milk of moonlight on the frost-crisped grass; on such a night, in moony, metamorphic weather, they say you might easily find him, if you had been foolish enough to venture out late, scuttling along by the churchyard wall with half a juicy torso slung across his back. The white light scours the fields and scours them again until everything gleams and he will leave paw-prints in the hoar-frost when he runs howling round the graves at night in his lupine fiestas. #Quote by Angela Carter
Alice quotes by Helen Macdonald
#45. In two months, I think, my college job will end. In two months I will have no office, no college, no salary, no home. Everything will be different. But, I think, everything already is. When Alice dropped down the rabbit-hole into Wonderland she fell so slowly she could take things from the cupboards and bookshelves on the walls, look curiously at the maps and pictures that passed her by. In my three years as a Cambridge Fellow there'd been lectures and libraries and college meetings, supervisions, admissions interviews, late nights of paper-writing and essay-marking, and other things soaked in Cantabrian glamour: eating pheasant by candlelight at High Table while snow dashed itself in flurries against the leaded glass and carols were sung and the port was passed and the silver glittered upon dark-polished refectory tables. Now, standing on a cricket pitch with a hawk on my hand, I knew I had always been falling as I moved past these things. I could reach out and touch them, pick them off their shelves and replace them, but they were not mine. Not really ever mine. Alice, falling, looked down to see where she was headed, but everything below her was darkness. #Quote by Helen Macdonald
Alice quotes by Alice Smith
#46. Our powerlessness is largely a result of our prayerlessness. We are eating the bitter fruit of our failure to pray. Our children, government, churches and society are reaping the result of dry eyes in the pews and crusty hearts in the pulpits. Ed Silvoso says it well in his book That None Should Perish: When Christians begin to pray for the felt needs of the lost, God surprises them with almost immediate answers to prayer. In fact, prayer for the needs of that one-hundredth sheep is the spiritual equivalent of dialing 911.3 #Quote by Alice Smith
Alice quotes by Melanie Karsak
#47. How's your day?"

"Weird," he said with a shake of the head.

"A flower shushed me today."

He huffed a laugh. "You win. #Quote by Melanie Karsak
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#48. Howard Zinn was magical as a teacher. Witty, irreverent, and wise, he loved what he was teaching and clearly wanted his students to love it, also. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#49. We haven't any and you're too young. #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#50. Deliver me from writers who say the way they live doesn't matter. I'm not sure a bad person can write a good book. If art doesn't make us better, then what on earth is it for. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Cary
#51. Not what we think, but what we do, / Makes saints of us: all stiff and cold, / The outlines of the corpse show through / The cloth of gold. #Quote by Alice Cary
Alice quotes by Mary Alice Monroe
#52. I thought of my mother and her wise advice. She'd always been there for me. Even when I was at my worst. She made me want to be a better son. #Quote by Mary Alice Monroe
Alice quotes by Alice Cooper
#53. People that haven't seen us yet are shocked because they think that Alice Cooper must be a female folksinger. They don't expect the whole thing. #Quote by Alice Cooper
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#54. I was young, there seemed to be never a childbirth, or a burst appendix, or any other drastic physical event that did not occur simultaneously with a snowstorm. #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Alice Feeney
#55. Some people appear happy on the outside and you only know they're broken inside if you listen as well as look. #Quote by Alice Feeney
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#56. The original crime of niggers and lesbians is that they prefer themselves. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Steinbach
#57. Life is like that I thought, as I turned the corner to my building. Freedom has its danger as well as its joys. And the sooner we learn to get up after a fall, the better off will be. #Quote by Alice Steinbach
Alice quotes by Alice Englert
#58. I've always loved fantasy. I think it's a great way to look at issues that we have in our own lives with a little bit of the pressure off, you know. #Quote by Alice Englert
Alice quotes by Alice Oseman
#59. Sunil said he felt indifferent about sex. I'd never heard anyone talk about sex like that before. Like it was a takeaway cuisine you thought was OK, but you wouldn't personally choose it. #Quote by Alice Oseman
Alice quotes by Alice Eve
#60. Obviously I have a bit of an awareness because I go to the internet like everybody else but I don't get too involved in the details of those conversations just because it can hurt you if you stumble on something that's not nice. #Quote by Alice Eve
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#61. (a womanist)
3. Loves music. Loves dance. Loves the moon. Loves the Spirit. Loves love and food and roundness. Loves struggle. Loves the Folk. Loves herself. Regardless. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Sebold
#62. If I was aware I would have to tie laces I would not have been able to put my feet into socks. #Quote by Alice Sebold
Alice quotes by Alice Englert
#63. Apparently I had lunch with Johnny Depp when I was three months old. #Quote by Alice Englert
Alice quotes by Eula Biss
#64. I gave my son a lavishly illustrated edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for his fourth birthday, and it did not take very long for me to realize that this was a gift for me, not for him. As Alice engaged in repartee with a dodo early in the book, my son became bored. Alice's bewilderment and disorientation, which I had anticipated might speak to my son's experience of being a child in an adult's world, spoke instead to my own experience navigating the world of information. Being lost in Wonderland is what it feels like to learn about an unfamiliar subject, and research is inevitably a rabbit hole. I fell down it, in my investigation of immunization, and fell and fell, finding that it was much deeper than I anticipated. Like Alice, I fell past shelves full of books, more than I could ever read. Like Alice, I arrived at locked doors. "Drink me," I was commanded by one source. "Eat me," I was told by another. They had opposite effects - I grew and shrank, I believed and did not believe. I cried and then found myself swimming in my own own tears. #Quote by Eula Biss
Alice quotes by H.J. Ramsay
#65. She'd spend her nights dreaming of Thomas while he lived happily ever after, and Alice would simply live after. #Quote by H.J. Ramsay
Alice quotes by Alice Jamieson
#66. One weekend it rained for 48 hours without stopping. The rain beat like bony fingers against the window panes. Tap. Tap. Tap. Tap. Tap. Fungus was growing on the walls. I polished off a bottle of gin sitting huddled over the two-bar electric fire and wrote a poem, one of the few that has lasted through the moves and the years. It is called 'Where Can I Go?'
If this is not the place where tears are understood where do I go to cry?
If this is not the place where my spirits can take wing where do I go to fly?
If this is not the place where my feelings can be heard where do I go to speak?
If this is not the place where you'll accept me as I am where can I go to be me?
If this is not the place where I can try and learn and grow where can I go to laugh and cry? #Quote by Alice Jamieson
Alice quotes by Alice  Little
#67. You are not mad. You are recovering from trauma. Mad people abused you, #Quote by Alice Little
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#68. Do you ever just put your arms out and just spin and spin and spin? Well, that's what love is like; everything inside of you tells you to stop before you fall, but for some reason you just keep going. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice James
#69. Ah! Those strange people who have the courage to be unhappy! Are they unhappy, by the way? #Quote by Alice James
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#70. He studied me, searching my expression, not quite seeing what had happened but aware that something had changed. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#71. I don't think I make much of a distinction between the 'real' and the 'fantastic.' They both seem to be threads in the same cloth as far as I'm concerned. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice LeGrow
#72. [about a hat]
You can put it on and say, Hey you, person without a hat! I've got something you don't! How did I get it? Probably by being worth more to society. #Quote by Alice LeGrow
Alice quotes by Christina Henry
#73. You remember it all now," Hatcher said, and it wasn't a question.
"Yes," she said. She was beyond weeping for the child she once was. "It is, more or less, what you would expect. Except for the part where I escaped. Nobody expected that. #Quote by Christina Henry
Alice quotes by Kris Carr
#74. If I let a blue mood run rampant, before I know it I'm obsessing about the color of the satin lining in my coffin - will it match my dress? That's when I feel like Alice in Cancerland falling down the rabbit hole and just have to stop. #Quote by Kris Carr
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#75. To me war is something to be outgrown, recognized as immature, wasteful, and so destructive to life that human beings should shun it ... as they once shunned bubonic plague. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Eve
#76. In film, the camera can get an array of shots so the audience can see the emotion the character is giving off. Using close-ups on the character's face really helps get the message across. On stage, you can't do that. But the stage has that live feeling that you can't get anywhere else because the audience is right there. #Quote by Alice Eve
Alice quotes by Lev Grossman
#77. I've waited a long time for this," Penny said. "Then this is going to be kind of an anticlimax," Alice said, and she punched him in the face. Boom! Oh my God. It was beautiful, just like in a movie: straight from the shoulder, feet planted, hips rolled, follow-through, the works. Penny never saw it coming. #Quote by Lev Grossman
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#78. I only have one story now.
The story was heroin. It was made out of sensation, not words; it was invisible and murderous and unstoppable. Sam disappeared from her slowly, like a snowman melting, until all Blanca had left of him was a pool of freezing-cold blue water, arctic cold, sorrow colored, evaporating with every year. She did her best to hold onto him, but it was impossible, like carrying ice into the desert or making time stand still. After the final fight when Sam moved out, Blanca saw him less and less often. He no longer had a presence; he was like the outline of a person, an absence rather than a full-fledged human being. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#79. I write not only what I want to read ... I write all the things I should have been able to read. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#80. I like the Walrus best,' said Alice: `because you see he was a little sorry for the poor oysters.'

`He ate more than the Carpenter, though,' said Tweedledee. `You see he held his handkerchief in front, so that the Carpenter couldn't count how many he took: contrariwise.'

`That was mean!' Alice said indignantly. `Then I like the Carpenter best--if he didn't eat so many as the Walrus.'

`But he ate as many as he could get,' said Tweedledum.

This was a puzzler. After a pause, Alice began, `Well! They were both very unpleasant characters-- #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#81. Being happy is not the only happiness. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#82. She read modern fiction too. Always fiction. She hated to hear the word 'escape' used about fiction. She might have argued, not just playfully, that it was real life that was the escape. But this was too important to argue about. #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#83. It's all in your head, Alice. #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#84. People say there's the Angel of Life and the Angel of Death, but there's another one, too. The one who walks among us.'
He could tell that she was listening.
'He's nothing fierce or terrible or filled with light. He's like us, sometimes we can't even tell him apart. Sometimes we're the ones who try to save him. He's there to show us who we are. Human beings aren't Gods. We make mistakes. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Clayton
#85. You realize we are two smart women who are not acting very smart right now,' she said.
'We know better than to try to figure out what a man is up to. This'll get worked out when it's suppose to. #Quote by Alice Clayton
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#86. I think secrets often come out. I spoke to a friend who is a therapist and I asked her if there were people who came to her and admitted to doing horrible things and she said, 'More than you know.' #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Boyes
#87. If you doubt it, remember Wizard of Oz, in which the Lion worried he didn't have bravery and the Tin Man worried he didn't have a heart. They had those things all along; they just didn't recognize those qualities in themselves. #Quote by Alice Boyes
Alice quotes by Alice Walsh
#88. Some women are just better at knowing what they want, which saves them the trouble of wasting too much time on the wrong guy. #Quote by Alice Walsh
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#89. In real life I am a large, big-boned woman with rough, man-working hands. In the winter I wear flannel nightgowns to bed and overalls during the day. I can kill and clean a hog as mercilessly as a man. My fat keeps me hot in zero weather. I can work outside all day, breaking ice to get water for washing; I can eat pork liver cooked over the open fire minutes after it comes steaming from the hog. One winter I knocked a bull calf straight in the brain between the eyes with a sledge hammer and had the meat hung up to chill before nightfall. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Foote MacDougall
#90. There is romance in coffee. It comes from the ends of the earth, and goes to the far corners of man's habitation. #Quote by Alice Foote MacDougall
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#91. But it's no use now," thought poor Alice, "to pretend to be two people! Why, there's hardly enough of me left to make one respectable person! #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#92. Moments of kindness and reconciliation are worth having, even if the parting has to come sooner or later. #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#93. Put us in a jar, she thought. Put us in eternity. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Waters
#94. I have a fireplace in my kitchen that I light every night, no matter what. #Quote by Alice Waters
Alice quotes by Alice Hegan Rice
#95. It is not what we have but what we do with what we have that constitutes the value of life. #Quote by Alice Hegan Rice
Alice quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#96. Sipping tea
with glee
beneath a gooseberry tree.

I wish Alice were here.
Oh, my dear,
do not fear,
she will be. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#97. Ignorance, arrogance, and racism have bloomed as Superior Knowledge in all too many universities. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#98. She would have said that love was hocus-pocus, a deception, and she believed that. But at the prospect she still felt a hush, a flutter along the nerves, a bowing down of sense, a flagrant postration #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Jane Austen
#99. She has many rare and charming qualities, but Sobriety is not one of them. #Quote by Jane Austen
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#100. HELPED are those whose every act is a prayer for peace; on them depends the future of the world. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#101. I don't want to write about violence, and I don't want to hang a plot on a murder. I think it's cheap. #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Alice Hamilton
#102. Every article I wrote in those days, every speech I made, is full of pleading for the recognition of lead poisoning as a real and serious medical problem. #Quote by Alice Hamilton
Alice quotes by Alice Boyes
#103. There are two thinking shifts you need to make to overcome personalizing. The first is mindfulness: You need to train yourself to consider the possibility that whatever has happened might not be personal. The second is recognizing that negative feedback does not necessarily mean the person doesn't like you, doesn't respect your capabilities, or doesn't recognize your potential.
Experiment: Do you ever underestimate how capable and talented others perceive you to be? Think of an example when you've possibly underestimated how positively you are perceived by someone. #Quote by Alice Boyes
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#104. I know what I'm thinking bout, I think. Nothing. And as much of it as I can. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Clayton
#105. But sometimes you have to pretend to be feeling better to actually feel better. It's why new workout clothes make you feel like you want to work out. I was still waiting for that one to turn out to be true . . . #Quote by Alice Clayton
Alice quotes by Alice Childress
#106. I was so mad you could have boiled a pot of water on my head. #Quote by Alice Childress
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#107. There could be no happy community in which there was one unhappy child. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Sebold
#108. Samuel walked out to Lindsey then, and there she was in his arms, my sweet butterball babe, born ten years after my fourteen years on Earth: Abigail Suzanne. Little Susie to me. Samuel placed Susie on a blanket near the flowers. And my sister, my Lindsey, left me in her memories, where I was meant to be. #Quote by Alice Sebold
Alice quotes by Alice Randall
#109. I'm greedy for a second serving of those words. I want a dessert of those words, a soup, a salad. I wanted to salt those words and snap them in like peanuts. #Quote by Alice Randall
Alice quotes by Alice Oswald
#110. I think it is the easiest mentality for a human being to be either colonized or to colonize. The structure of either the slave or the master seems to be the simplest and the most relaxing one to slip into. Either you are a slave, and you don't have to think for yourself, or you're a master, and you don't have to work for yourself. #Quote by Alice Oswald
Alice quotes by Alice Paul
#111. Food simply isn't important to me. #Quote by Alice Paul
Alice quotes by Alice Sebold
#112. For three nights he hadn't known how to touch my mother or what to say. Before, they had never found themselves broken together. Usually, it was one needing the other but not both needing each other, and so there had been a way, by touching, to borrow the stronger one's strength. And they had never understood, as they did now, what the word horror meant.

~pgs 20-21 #Quote by Alice Sebold
Alice quotes by A.G. Howard
#113. Morpheus's gaze flashes to mine, then back to the chess piece wrapped in his magic. "Stop crying," his quirky voice scolds. "Queens don't cry. I taught you better than that."
I bite my quivering lip, and tiny Alice strokes the caterpillar's face. "But you're crying ... "
Morpheus lowers a wing and shades his cheek along with the transparent glimmer of his jeweled markings. "Well" - his shrill voice cracks slightly - "contrary to my preferences for lace and velvet, I'm not the queen. So I can cry all I like. #Quote by A.G. Howard
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#114. The absence of models, in literature as in life, to say nothing of painting, is an occupational hazard for the artist, simply because models in art, in behavior, in growth of spirit and intellect
even if rejected
enrich and enlarge one's view of existence. Deadlier still, to the artist who lacks models, is the curse of ridicule, the bringing to bear on an artist's best work, especially his or her most original, most strikingly deviant, only a fund of ignorance and the presumption that as an artist's critic one's judgement is free of the restrictions imposed by prejudice, and is well informed, indeed, about all the art in the world that really matters. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Englert
#115. Being in love is not cool! #Quote by Alice Englert
Alice quotes by Alice Meynell
#116. Children have a fastidiousness that time is slow to cure. It is to be wondered, for example, whether if the elderly were half as hungry as children are they would yet find so many things at table to be detestable. #Quote by Alice Meynell
Alice quotes by Melissa Albert
#117. Lana left, and a guy named Norm came in to replace her. He spent the next three hours talking about a hangout he had with Lana that may or may not have been a date, not that he was worried about it, but what did I think and had Lana mentioned him?

I gave him non-committal answers until I finally cracked. " Jesus Christ, Norm. This is the 'move on with your life' dance." I did a dance like I was imitating a train. "There, did that work? Lana's literally never said your name in my presence."

The injured look on his face gave me a flush of dark satisfaction. "Damn, Alice, that's cold." He took off his hat, folded the brim to make it more pretentious, and re-perched it on his head. #Quote by Melissa Albert
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#118. He was not tall, but the fingers that held his hat against his overcoat were exceptionally long and thin. She saw how they moved one at a time against the dark brown felt, pressing themselves against the fabric almost imperceptibly, like a pulse under the skin. The way a child's fingers might move in sleep. #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Kellyn Roth
#119. I'm an idiot for trying to avoid these feelings because they have caused me pain in the past. #Quote by Kellyn Roth
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#120. For love changes everything and forces us into lives we never imagined we might lead #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#121. As an elder of the Americas and of the rest of the planet, it is my responsibility to care for and protect, to the best of my ability, the young. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Morse Earle
#122. The grape Hyacinth is the favorite spring flower of my garden - but no! I though a minute ago the Scilla was! and what place has the Violet? the Flower de Luce? I cannot decide, but this I know - it is some blue flower. #Quote by Alice Morse Earle
Alice quotes by Ann Brashares
#123. For nine years Paul had not called her by her name. She had always been "Shorty" or "Kid" or "You" to him since she was twelve. It wasn't until her first night working as a waitress at the yacht club that Alice realized this #Quote by Ann Brashares
Alice quotes by Alice Waters
#124. I do feel like food should cost more, because we aren't paying farmers a living wage. It has to cost more. #Quote by Alice Waters
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#125. Shelby watched the books burn. She wonders if words are pouring down on other people's houses,sad words, like beast and mourn and sorrow and mother. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#126. The place where what someone needs and what she desires cross each other to become one. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#127. I wrote to find beauty and purpose, to know that love is possible and lasting and real, to see day lilies and swimming pools, loyalty and devotion, even though my eyes were closed, and all that surrounded me was a darkened room. I wrote because that was who I was at the core, and if I was too damaged to walk around the block, I was lucky all the same. Once I got to my desk, once I started writing, I still believed anything was possible. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#128. ("Shoot him in the foot," Mr. Persichetti would tell Mr. Keane, years later, when Tony had already returned from the war and Jacob had drawn a bad number. "Break his legs before you let him go.") #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Alice Cooper
#129. You were out on tour, 75 cities in 80 days, and then making records on top of it.And they started calling us the Hollywood Vampires, because anybody only saw us at night. #Quote by Alice Cooper
Alice quotes by Alice Paul
#130. It occurred to me that I just didn't see how I could go ahead and continue to eat meat. It just seemed so ... cannibalistic to me. And so, I'm a vegetarian, and I have been ever since. #Quote by Alice Paul
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#131. what? - the sky growing black, the wind moaning, the scrim of sand that blew across the empty lot forming itself into tooth and mouth and open jaw. "What are you afraid of?" More derisively than he'd meant it. #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#132. To love someone so complicated you had to be committed to a single emotion - the way you loved him - no matter what. In that way, it was indeed simple. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#133. Sometimes that's just the way it is. You never really know until you try something on. The thing is," she said, with a new, more moderate conviction #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Kellyn Roth
#134. I love Alice more than life itself, but I can't keep her hidden forever. #Quote by Kellyn Roth
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#135. Because love is an act of will. You think it will just happen, but you have to make it so. Even when it's gone wrong. Wait and see. If love doesn't come to you, you have to go find it. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Miller
#136. Parents are indeed capable of routinely torturing their children without anyone interceding. #Quote by Alice Miller
Alice quotes by Alice Meynell
#137. No mirror keeps its glances ... #Quote by Alice Meynell
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#138. Creation is a sustained period of bliss, even though the subject can still be very sad. Because there's the triumph of coming through and understanding that you have, and that you did it the way only you could do it. You didn't do it the way somebody told you to do it. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Welten
#139. A world without fantasy is a world not lived in. #Quote by Alice Welten
Alice quotes by Simone De Beauvoir
#140. If they want to flirt or initiate a friendship, they should carefully avoid giving the impression they are taking the initiative; men do not like tomboys, nor bluestockings, nor thinking women; too much audacity, culture, intelligence, or character frightens them.

In most novels, as George Eliot observes, it is the dumb, blond heroine who outshines the virile brunette; and in The Mill on the Floss, Maggie tries in vain to reverse the roles; in the end she dies and it is blond Lucy who marries Stephen. In The Last of the Mohicans, vapid Alice wins the hero's heart and not valiant Cora; in Little Women kindly Jo is only a childhood friend for Laurie; he vows his love to curly-haired and insipid Amy.

To be feminine is to show oneself as weak, futile, passive, and docile. The girl is supposed not only to primp and dress herself up but also to repress her spontaneity and substitute for it the grace and charm she has been taught by her elder sisters. Any self-assertion will take away from her femininity and her seductiveness. #Quote by Simone De Beauvoir
Alice quotes by Alice Gray
#141. you realize how good your network is when you try and use it for something #Quote by Alice Gray
Alice quotes by Alice Bailey
#142. I suggest that just as self-consciousness is the goal for all the subhuman forms of life, and as group consciousness, or the consciousness of the Heavenly Man, is the goal for the human being, so for him, also, there may be a goal, and for him the achievement may be the development of God consciousness. #Quote by Alice Bailey
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#143. Rule Forty-two. All persons more than a mile high to leave the court. #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#144. I feel more influenced in my own work by dreams than I do by other writers' works in a way. Or by popular culture, movies - what else is there to write about than love and loss? #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Katie MacAlister
#145. I have to say that you're the last person I'd have expected would have a seventeen-year-old daughter. You're so ... " Alice stopped, suddenly looking guilty.
"Dashing?" Gunner supplied. "Debonair?"
"A bit of a dawg, actually. #Quote by Katie MacAlister
Alice quotes by Alice B. Toklas
#146. Experience is never at bargain price. #Quote by Alice B. Toklas
Alice quotes by Alice Duer Miller
#147. It's hard upon occasions to be forceful and sublime
When you're treated as incompetents three-quarters of the time. #Quote by Alice Duer Miller
Alice quotes by Alice Paul
#148. We women of America tell you that America is not a democracy. Twenty million women are denied the right to vote. #Quote by Alice Paul
Alice quotes by Alice Miller
#149. The damage done to us during our childhood cannot be undone, since we cannot change anything in our past. we can repair ourselves and gain our lost integrity by choosing to look more honestly at the knowledge that is stored inside our bodies and bringing that knowledge closer to our awareness. #Quote by Alice Miller
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#150. WATCH OUT OF ITS WAISTCOAT-POCKET, and looked at it, and then hurried on, Alice started to her feet, for it flashed across her mind that she had never before seen a rabbit with either a waistcoat-pocket, or a watch to take out of it, and burning with curiosity, she ran across the field after it, and fortunately was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under the hedge. In another moment #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#151. I'm a novelist. I'm not a crusader, and I'm not an editorial writer. And I'm not writing fiction to convince anybody of anything. #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Jennifer Egan
#152. I came for this reason: I want to know what happened between A and B."

Bennie seemed to be waiting for more.

"A is when we were both in the band, chasing the same girl. B is now."

I knew instantly that it had been the right move to bring up Alice. I'd said something literally, yes, but underneath that I'd said something else: we were both a couple of asswipes, and now only I'm an asswipe; why? And underneath that, something else: once an asswipe, always an asswipe. And deepest of all: You were the one chasing. But she picked me. #Quote by Jennifer Egan
Alice quotes by Dan Jenkins
#153. Professionalism in tennis ... only resulted in making billionaires out of rude children, producing an onslaught of moody defectors, and a lot of guys with hair that looks as if bats slept in it ... Meanwhile, my head swims with the thought that I have watched tennis progress from Don Budge and Alice Marble to Farrah Fawcett becoming John McEnroe's mother-in-law. #Quote by Dan Jenkins
Alice quotes by Alice  Walsh
#154. All women like to think they‟re special. Even the ones that aren‟t. #Quote by Alice Walsh
Alice quotes by John Irving
#155. Unlike Alice, Garp was a real writer - not because he wrote more beautifully than she wrote but because he knew what every artist should know: as Garp put it, 'You only grow by coming to the end of something and by beginning something else.' Even if these so-called endings and beginnings are illusions. Garp did not write faster than anyone else, or more; he simply always worked with the idea of completion in mind. #Quote by John Irving
Alice quotes by Alice-Leone Moats
#156. For a second marriage a lady has to content herself with a quiet ceremony in a chapel or at home, if she doesn't want to be married by a magistrate. Having, it is to be hoped, lost her right to white satin she wears a simple afternoon frock and hat. #Quote by Alice-Leone Moats
Alice quotes by Alice Koller
#157. I've arrived at this outermost edge of my life by my own actions. Where I am is thoroughly unacceptable. Therefore, I must stop doing what I've been doing. #Quote by Alice Koller
Alice quotes by Kelly Keaton
#158. I laughed in disbelief, the sharp sound rebounding down the corridor, the echo eventually replaced by the flat, continuous drip of water against stone. First vampires, witches, and shape-shifters. And now this.

This is what Alice must have felt like when she tumbled down the rabbit hole. #Quote by Kelly Keaton
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#159. His little whistle sound like it lost way down a jar, and the jar in the bottom of the creek. P. 64 #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Anna     James
#160. . . . because the writer is saying that our dreams and our stories matter. I think it's quite beautiful that you can read the whole book as Alice telling her sister a story. And then Alice's sister is thinking about passing on the story to their future children, because stories last much longer than we do. Our stories are how we will be remembered - so we've got to make sure they are worth telling. #Quote by Anna James
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#161. These relatives of hers, the Boles and the Jetters and the Pooles, used to be around the house a lot, or else Lea wanted to be at one of their houses. It was a clan that didn't always enjoy one another's company but who made sure they got plenty of it. #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#162. The master was an old Turtle
we used to call him Tortoise
Why did you call him Tortoise, if he wasn't one?' Alice asked.
We called him Tortoise because he taught us,' said the Mock Turtle angrily; 'really you are very dull!'
You ought to be ashamed of yourself for asking such a simple question,' added the Gryphon; and then they both sat silent and looked at poor Alice, who felt ready to sink into the earth. #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#163. She thought of how diligently she'd worked to free herself. Difficult because of the shock she was in, discovering she was trapped, captured most of all by possessions. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Sebold
#164. Your sordid life is your sordid life. You shouldn't live it if you don't like it. #Quote by Alice Sebold
Alice quotes by Alice McDermott
#165. I was born in Brooklyn, but I never lived there. #Quote by Alice McDermott
Alice quotes by Ray Bradbury
#166. And they made Alice drink something from a bottle which reduced her to a size where she could no longer cry 'Curiouser and curiouser,' and they gave the Looking Glass one hammer blow to smash it and every Red King and Oyster away! #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Alice quotes by Alice Steinbach
#167. Never mind that I hadn't a clue which path to follow or whether, to echo Robert Frost, the one I took would make all the difference. The truth is, I'd bailed out of the right choice-wrong choice mentality a long time ago. It seemed so clear to me
since I'd wised up to the idea that life is not a straight road with no exit ramps
that life presented opportunities all along the way for a person to change directions. Besides, over the last ten years, I'd grown to like the idea of not knowing where a choice might lead me. #Quote by Alice Steinbach
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#168. I wasn't good company, that was true, and people avoided me, but that was all right. I was too busy dreaming. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Dreger
#169. When I ask my medical students to describe their image of a woman who elects to birth with a midwife rather than with an obstetrician, they generally describe a woman who wears long cotton skirts, braids her hair, eats only organic vegan food, does yoga, and maybe drives a VW microbus. #Quote by Alice Dreger
Alice quotes by Mary Gaitskill
#170. One hot summer night in San Francisco, roughly 10 years ago, I was sitting in a crowded Pacific Heights restaurant when Alice Adams walked in with a man. She was about 60 at the time, and she was wearing a skirt that fell an inch or so above her knees and flat heels without stockings. #Quote by Mary Gaitskill
Alice quotes by Alice Minium
#171. I want to write a thinkpiece about what you did to me. I want to write a critical analysis about the way you put your hands to my throat, the way you threw me against the partition wall. I want to extract a dose of worldly wisdom for all women to sap the power from that pain and into abstraction so we can all live again; I want what you did to be a statistic, I want you to be a memory, I don't want you to be those hands on my throat. #Quote by Alice Minium
Alice quotes by Alice Lowe
#172. I think comedy, so much of it comes out of the strange sort of golden instant 'cause you don't know why it's funny, but you captured it. #Quote by Alice Lowe
Alice quotes by Lewis Carroll
#173. Speak in French when you can't think of the English for a thing
turn your toes out when you walk
And remember who you are! #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Alice quotes by Alice Temperley
#174. I like to be real. I don't like things to be staged or fussy. #Quote by Alice Temperley
Alice quotes by Alice Walsh
#175. [ ... ] if you don't know what you're running away from, chances are you'll bring it along anywhere you go. #Quote by Alice Walsh
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#176. Never be the only one, except, possibly, in your own home. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice M. Tybout
#177. Ultimately, brands are built by people who passionately believe in their brands. Indeed, many of the world's best brands can be linked to a single person: Howard Schultz created Starbucks, Steve Jobs built Apple, Pleasant Roland formed American Girl, Richard Branson developed Virgin, and Phil Knight was the driving force behind Nike. Brand builders understand and believe in the power of brands. Tim #Quote by Alice M. Tybout
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#178. I realized I was a country person - I'm just not used to small spaces. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Fulton
#179. It's the rare
God who needs less stroking that a rock
Star or poetician ... #Quote by Alice Fulton
Alice quotes by Alice Waters
#180. We make decisions every day about what we're going to eat. And some people want to buy Nike shoes - two pairs, and other people want to eat Bronx grapes and nourish themselves. I pay a little extra, but this is what I want to do. #Quote by Alice Waters
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#181. For years and years I thought that stories were just practice, till I got time to write a novel, #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Christina Henry
#182. She knew what he offered. He would kill her first, with the gun or the knife or his fists if he had to, and make certain she was never trapped in that cage again. From another man this might be terrifying, that he would so blithely consider murdering his companion. But she understood that from Hatcher this was tantamount to an offer of marriage. This was what he could do for her, how he showed he cared. #Quote by Christina Henry
Alice quotes by Stephen King
#183. Joined the singing too, and when it was done and the applause rolled out once more, he was crying a bit himself. Rita was gone. Alice Underwood was gone. New York was gone. America was gone. Even if they could defeat Randall Flagg, whatever they might make would never be the same as that world of dark streets and bright dreams. #Quote by Stephen King
Alice quotes by Elle Lothlorien
#184. Alice, winning means manipulation. It means taking people - people who may have helped you in the past, even people you care about - and using them without hesitation or regret. It means making decisions that would be viewed by any normal-thinking human being as cynical at best and dishonorable at worst #Quote by Elle Lothlorien
Alice quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#185. The Children's Hour

Between the dark and the daylight,
When the night is beginning to lower,
Comes a pause in the day's occupations,
That is known as the Children's Hour.

I hear in the chamber above me
The patter of little feet,
The sound of a door that is opened,
And voices soft and sweet.

From my study I see in the lamplight,
Descending the broad hall stair,
Grave Alice, and laughing Allegra,
And Edith with golden hair.

A whisper, and then a silence:
Yet I know by their merry eyes
They are plotting and planning together
To take me by surprise.

A sudden rush from the stairway,
A sudden raid from the hall!
By three doors left unguarded
They enter my castle wall!

They climb up into my turret
O'er the arms and back of my chair;
If I try to escape, they surround me;
They seem to be everywhere.

They almost devour me with kisses,
Their arms about me entwine,
Till I think of the Bishop of Bingen
In his Mouse-Tower on the Rhine!

Do you think, o blue-eyed banditti,
Because you have scaled the wall,
Such an old mustache as I am
Is not a match for you all!

I have you fast in my fortress,
And will not let you depart,
But put you down into the dungeon
In the round-tower of my heart.

And there will I keep you forever,
Yes, forever and a day,#Quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Alice quotes by Alice K.Green
#186. Some things are best seen with open eyes, an open mind and
an open heart. Others only become clear with our eyes closed. #Quote by Alice K.Green
Alice quotes by Mary Alice
#187. We are all searching for someone, that special person, who will provide what's missing in our lives
One who can offer companionship, assistance or security. And sometimes when we can search very hard who can provide us with all three. Yes, we are all searching for someone. And if we can't find them we can only pray they find us. #Quote by Mary Alice
Alice quotes by Calvin Trillin
#188. She believed in the principle of enoughness."
from "About Alice #Quote by Calvin Trillin
Alice quotes by Alice  Simpson
#189. For the company to assemble at a late hour and engage in unusual, exciting and severe exercise throughout the entire night, is often too great a tax upon the physical system. To dress too thinly, and in a state of perspiration to be exposed, as ladies at the ball frequently are, to draughts of cold, is oftentimes to plant the seeds of a disease from which they never recover. Again, to come in contact, as ladies are liable to, more especially at the public ball, with disreputable men, is sometimes to form alliances that will make a lifetime of sorrow.' - Thomas E. Hill, Evils of the Ball, 1883 #Quote by Alice Simpson
Alice quotes by Alice Rivlin
#190. The 'American dream' ... means an economy in which people who work hard can get ahead and each new generation lives better than the last one. The 'American dream' also means a democratic political system in which most people feel they can affect public decisions and elect officials who will speak for them. In recent years, the dream has been fading. #Quote by Alice Rivlin
Alice quotes by Tahereh Mafi
#191. The afternoon our story begins, the quiet parts of being alive were the busiest: wind unlocking Windows; rainlight nudging curtains apart; fresh-cut grass tickling unsocked feet. Days like this made Alice want to set off on a great adventure. #Quote by Tahereh Mafi
Alice quotes by Alice Waters
#192. I came to all the realizations about sustainability and biodiversity because I fell in love with the way food tastes. That was it. And because I was looking for that taste I feel at the doorsteps of the organic, local, sustainable farmers, dairy people and fisherman. #Quote by Alice Waters
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#193. Those in power must spend a lot of their time laughing at us. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Alice Munro
#194. Sometimes I get the start of a story from a memory, an anecdote, but that gets lost and is usually unrecognizable in the final story.
[A Conversation with Alice Munro, BookBrowse, 1998] #Quote by Alice Munro
Alice quotes by Alice-Leone Moats
#195. Men will have to resign themselves to the fact that the old-time saloon, for men only, will never again exist. Once a woman has felt a brass rail under her instep, there can be no more needlepoint footstools for her. #Quote by Alice-Leone Moats
Alice quotes by Alice Weaver Flaherty
#196. The mania is like wasps under the skin, like my head's going to explode with ideas. #Quote by Alice Weaver Flaherty
Alice quotes by Alice Hoffman
#197. I only had access to him when we were together in the library, and I loved them both -the library and my father- equally and without question. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Alice quotes by Alice Walker
#198. Some people think politeness is an invitation to invade. #Quote by Alice Walker
Alice quotes by Robyn Davidson
#199. Camels are still trained in Alice Springs for tourist jaunts and for occasional sale to Australia's zoos. #Quote by Robyn Davidson
Alice quotes by Alice Waters
#200. The decisions you make are a choice of values that reflect your life in every way. #Quote by Alice Waters