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Books Ohio quotes by Sue Miller
#1. I think I'm less disciplined than a lot of other people, I'm afraid, but on the other hand, I've written a lot of books. #Quote by Sue Miller
Books Ohio quotes by Claire North
#2. We are fighting for a better land, we are fighting for freedom. We wish only to have hope again in our lives, to have a safe place for our mothers, our children. We wish for justice. We wish for holidays. We wish to go walking in the sea and eat ice cream. We wish for antibiotics when our brothers are sick. We wish for a job that finishes at six o'clock in the afternoon. We wish to pay rent, to cook food with our own hands, good food, to taste cinnamon again. We wish to decorate our homes, and smell fresh paint, and be proud of the lives we have built. We wish to practise our beliefs, piously and in peace. We wish to know our neighbours, and play simple games, and read books, and watch TV. Is this so much? Is this more than any man desires? Do you understand?
Pg166 #Quote by Claire North
Books Ohio quotes by Anthony Everitt
#3. For most people bedtime was early, although Cicero admitted to writing speeches or books and reading papers at night (there was a Latin word for it, lucubrare - to work by lamplight). #Quote by Anthony Everitt
Books Ohio quotes by Meg Cabot
#4. I like to think of my books and the movies of my books living in two separate universes. Each is very nice, but only one is correct - the book. But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the other versions, and I always do. #Quote by Meg Cabot
Books Ohio quotes by Sandra Cisneros
#5. You can try reading books that will help you be a leader, like Marshall Rosenberg and Thich Nhat Hanh. Be very humble and say, "I don't know why. I don't feel qualified, but I accept this role that you gave me, and so help me." #Quote by Sandra Cisneros
Books Ohio quotes by Moira Fowley Doyle
#6. There's this magical place,' he says with mock solemnity, 'called a library--I don't know if you've heard of it, but they have books, and also newspaper, and back issues of newspapers... #Quote by Moira Fowley Doyle
Books Ohio quotes by Jeffery Deaver
#7. My books are primarily plot driven but the best plot in the world is useless if you don't populate them with characters that readers can care about. #Quote by Jeffery Deaver
Books Ohio quotes by Stefanie Weisman
#8. In my freshman and sophomore years of college, I read dozens of books by the great thinkers of Western civilization. From Plato to Nietzsche, Homer to Shakespeare - you name it, I read it. At times it drove me crazy - picture reading hundreds of pages that sound like this every week: "All rational knowledge is either material and concerned with some object, or formal and concerned only with the form of understanding and of reason themselves and with the universal rules of thought in general without regard to differences of its objects." Come again, Kant? #Quote by Stefanie Weisman
Books Ohio quotes by Ruth Ford Elward
#9. He'd been kidnapped, betrayed, almost fed to a Diamondscale - yes, a Diamondscale - and now, just to top things off, he was on the run with the man who was responsible for the whole mess. #Quote by Ruth Ford Elward
Books Ohio quotes by Kenneth Goldsmith
#10. The best thing about conceptual poetry is that it doesn't need to be read. You don't have to read it. As a matter of fact, you can write books, and you don't even have to read them. My books, for example, are unreadable. All you need to know is the concept behind them. Here's every word I spoke for a week. Here's a year's worth of weather reports ... and without ever having to read these things, you understand them. #Quote by Kenneth Goldsmith
Books Ohio quotes by Dick Cavett
#11. I would not ever try to be a show intellectual, which I was accused of doing a while on ABC. I thought you were supposed to read the guests' books. #Quote by Dick Cavett
Books Ohio quotes by Jack Prelutsky
#12. My reading is extremely eclectic. Lately I've been teaching myself computer graphics, so I'm reading a lot about that. I read books of trivia, of facts. #Quote by Jack Prelutsky
Books Ohio quotes by Bella Bathurst
#13. Libraries' most powerful asset is the conversation they provide - between books and readers, between children and parents, between individuals and the collective world. Take them away and those voices turn inwards or vanish. Turns out that libraries have nothing at all to do with silence. #Quote by Bella Bathurst
Books Ohio quotes by Mark Haddon
#14. I've written 16 children's books and five unpublished novels. Some of the latter were breathtakingly bad. #Quote by Mark Haddon
Books Ohio quotes by Ashly Lorenzana
#15. What you should actually be trying to figure out is how to tell your story. The one that is every bit as unique to you as your fingerprints.
This is the truly amazing feat because you are literally the only person capable of doing that. Only you know all the parts to your story and only you can pass it on for others to hear if you choose to. #Quote by Ashly Lorenzana
Books Ohio quotes by Fern Brady
#16. She was a librarian, dammit.
She knew books. She used the Dewey Decimal System. She taught the children to search with their eyes and their brains. They were encouraged to ask Moira for help, rather than punch titles into a screen. Moira believed all children needed to live through that awkward, precarious moment when they had to disrupt the silence of the library and approach the librarian. It built character. #Quote by Fern Brady
Books Ohio quotes by Flora Rheta Schreiber
#17. Vicky became more serious and her tone more reflective as she remarked, Life has so much pain that one needs a catharsis. I don't mean escape. You don't escape in books. On the contrary, they help you to realize yourself more fully. Mon Dieu, I'm glad I have them. When I find myself in a situation in which I'd rather not be - because of the perculiar circumstances of my life - I have this outlet. You may think me tres superieure but I'm not really, I am just what I am and live the way I like. #Quote by Flora Rheta Schreiber
Books Ohio quotes by Aileen Erin
#18. I dusted my books off, placing each one - sorted alphabetically and by genre - on the shelves Dad installed. What some people might call "anal," I'd call efficient. What good was it to have a book if you couldn't find it when you wanted it? #Quote by Aileen Erin
Books Ohio quotes by John James Audubon
#19. How could I make a little book, when I have seen enough to make a dozen large books? #Quote by John James Audubon
Books Ohio quotes by Samuel Butler
#20. An apology for the devil: it must be remembered that we have heard one side of the case. God has written all the books. #Quote by Samuel Butler
Books Ohio quotes by Kassandra Montag
#21. I'd ache to flip through the pages of books, to feel the connection of another mind. #Quote by Kassandra Montag
Books Ohio quotes by David Levithan
#22. His books are kept on freestanding shelves hung at different angles on a sea-green wall. They defy gravity, as good books should. #Quote by David Levithan
Books Ohio quotes by Francis Bacon
#23. Books speak plain when counselors blanch. #Quote by Francis Bacon
Books Ohio quotes by Arvind Ethan David
#24. In my head, the 5 issues of A Spoon Too Short comprise one novel: a 100 page graphic novel sequel to Douglas' two Dirk books, taking some of the ideas he was working on before he died, and a whole bunch of new stuff from me and a little from Max Landis (who is the Executive Producer on the book as well as writing the forthcoming TV series). #Quote by Arvind Ethan David
Books Ohio quotes by Herman Melville
#25. The sun hides not the ocean, which is the dark side of this earth, and which is two thirds of this earth. So, therefore, that mortal man who hath more of joy than sorrow in him, that mortal man cannot be true
not true, or undeveloped. With books the same. The truest of all men was the Man of Sorrows, and the truest of all books is Solomon's, and Ecclesiastes is the fine hammered steel of woe. #Quote by Herman Melville
Books Ohio quotes by Steve Leveen
#26. John Armato, a Public relations executive, cherishes his growing Library of Candidates. When people ask him if he's actually read all those books, he asks them if they've actually eaten all the food in their kitchen. "It is good to put up a supply of books; it increases the odds that you'll have what you want when you're hungry for it," he says #Quote by Steve Leveen
Books Ohio quotes by Cornelia Funke
#27. I know you all think I'm a magician, but I'm not. The magic comes out of the books
themselves, and I have no more idea than you or any of your men how it works. #Quote by Cornelia Funke
Books Ohio quotes by William Shakespeare
#28. Keep thy foot out of brothels, thy hand out of plackets, thy pen from lender's books, and defy the foul fiend. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Books Ohio quotes by Robin Sacredfire
#29. I could doubt the value of my books as much as many do, except that, as a researcher and very curious person, I do read a lot too, and can clearly see the difference in value between what I do and what others do. I have no doubt that my books have much more value than nearly all others out there, and it wouldn't make sense for me to be an author if I couldn't see that, or if I saw the opposite, as I believe that, if we're not upgrading mankind, we're just making it lost and vulnerable to the claws of ignorance. #Quote by Robin Sacredfire
Books Ohio quotes by Weldon Kees
#30. But the room is cold, the words in the books are cold;
And the question of whether we get what we ask for
Is absurd, unanswered by the sound of an unlatched door
Rattling in wind, or the sound of snow on roofs, or glare
Of the winter sun. What we have learned is not what we were told.
I watch the snow, feel for the heartbeat that is not there. #Quote by Weldon Kees
Books Ohio quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#31. There has appeared in our time a particular class of books and articles which I sincerely and solemnly think may be called the silliest ever known among men ... these things are about nothing; they are about what is called Success. On every bookstall, in every magazine, you may find works telling people how to succeed. They are books showing men how to succeed in everything; they are written by men who cannot even succeed in writing books. To begin with, of course, there is no such thing as Success. Or, if you like to put it so, there is nothing that is not successful. That a thing is successful merely means that it is; a millionaire is successful in being a millionaire and a donkey in being a donkey ... I really think that the people who buy these books (if any people do buy them) have a moral, if not a legal, right to ask for their money back. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Books Ohio quotes by Tiziano Terzani
#32. There are two things that grant a bit of immortality: books and children #Quote by Tiziano Terzani
Books Ohio quotes by Rai Aren
#33. Cats and books are my universe. Both are infinitely fascinating and full of mystery. #Quote by Rai Aren
Books Ohio quotes by Mizuki Nomura
#34. When you're alone and you feel sad, try reading a book. Try touching someone's heart. Try to imagine what they were thinking, what they wanted to convey. If you do that, you might get something amazing. #Quote by Mizuki Nomura
Books Ohio quotes by Ray Bradbury
#35. Forgive, I hope you won't be upset, but when I was a boy I used to look up and see you behind your desk, so near but far away, and, how can I say this, I used to think that you were Mrs. God, and that the library was a whole world, and that no matter what part of the world or what people or thing I wanted to see and read, you'd find and give it to me. #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Books Ohio quotes by Marge Piercy
#36. I did not always know I would be a writer. Until I had a room of my own, I did not write much at all - no more than any other child who read a lot of books. I began to write fiction and poetry when I first had a room that was truly my own with a door that shut and some measure, however fragile, of privacy. #Quote by Marge Piercy
Books Ohio quotes by Nelson DeMille
#37. There were two display windows, one on each side of the door, and in the windows were ... well, books. What this street really needed was a bar. #Quote by Nelson DeMille
Books Ohio quotes by Robert Gottlieb
#38. There are certain historical figures of such importance that we need to know everything about them, which is why books about Napoleon, Lincoln, Julius Caesar, Joan of Arc, Queen Elizabeth I, and the great religious founders continue to proliferate; these lives require constant reevaluation and interpretation. #Quote by Robert Gottlieb
Books Ohio quotes by Paige Edwards
"Paige Edwards is a writer readers will want more of. Her exciting debut novel is destined to lead the way to more enjoyable books."
Jennie Hansen, Meridian Magazine #Quote by Paige Edwards
Books Ohio quotes by Sonya Hartnett
#40. I have thought you could not give everything to your books and also to your children, so for a long time, I thought if I had a child or a family, I'd think, 'How would I support them?' because basically I would stop writing. #Quote by Sonya Hartnett
Books Ohio quotes by Maureen Johnson
#41. She stood back and examined the overall effect, then tweaked until the arrangement was just right. Where her books were, she was.
Get the books right and the rest will follow. Now she could address the rest of the room. #Quote by Maureen Johnson
Books Ohio quotes by Edward Abbey
#42. I've never yet read a review of one of my own books that I couldn't have written much better myself. #Quote by Edward Abbey
Books Ohio quotes by Haruki Murakami
#43. Balzac, Dante, Joseph Conrad, Dickens," he answered without hesitation.
"Not Exactly fashionable."
"That's why I read them. If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking. That's the world of hicks and slobs. Real people would be ashamed of themselves doing that. Haven't you noticed, Watanabe? You and I are the only real ones in this dorm. The other guys are crap. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Books Ohio quotes by Jeanette Winterson
#44. Always in my books, I like to throw that rogue element into a stable situation and then see what happens. #Quote by Jeanette Winterson
Books Ohio quotes by Francesca Marciano
#45. [she felt] sorry for herself, for getting older, for being mortal, for all the music she still wanted to hear, the books she intended to read, the places she had meant to visit, the things she had promised herself she'd learn one day [ ... ] and probably never would because time was beginning to feel like a fast express train that no longer stopped at all the stations. #Quote by Francesca Marciano

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