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Page 545 quotes by Cornelia Funke
#1. How was she supposed to deal with a child? She could hardly manage to keep her own painful heart together. #Quote by Cornelia Funke
Page 545 quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#2. Patty believed that parents have a duty to teach their children how to recognize reality when they see it. #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
Page 545 quotes by A. Igoni Barrett
#3. [...]No human being has ever directly seen their own face. It's impossible within nature - the most you can do is glimpse your nose and, for those with full lips, the curve of you upper lip. And so we only see ourselves through external sources, whether as images in mirrors, pixels on the screen, or words on the page, words of love from a mother, words of hate from an ex-lover.
Long before Furo's story became my own, I was already trying to say what I see now, that we are all constructed narratives. #Quote by A. Igoni Barrett
Page 545 quotes by Tom Robbins
#4. Words on a page can hypnotize you if the rhythm is right #Quote by Tom Robbins
Page 545 quotes by Ted Koppel
#5. There is no more respected or influential forum in the field of journalism than the New York Times. I look forward, with great anticipation, to contributing to its op-ed page. #Quote by Ted Koppel
Page 545 quotes by Sue Grafton
#6. School was a source of great suffering to me, but once I learned to read, I disappeared into books, where I was a happy visitor to all the worlds that sprang full-blown from the printed page. #Quote by Sue Grafton
Page 545 quotes by Arvind Ethan David
#7. 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
Page 545 quotes by Doris Lessing
#8. All those years were now seeming like a betrayal of what she really was. While her body, her needs, her emotions–all of herself–had been turning like a sunflower after one man, all that time she had been holding in her hands something else, the something precious, offering it in vain to her husband, to her children, to everyone she knew–but it had never been taken, had not been noticed. But this thing she had offered, without knowing she was doing it, which had been ignored by herself and by everyone else, was what was real in her." (page 140) #Quote by Doris Lessing
Page 545 quotes by Stephen King
#9. He was like something out of a fairytale or a myth, the last of his breed in a world that was writing the last page of its book. #Quote by Stephen King
Page 545 quotes by Richard Prince
#10. I got a job in the tear-sheets department, ripping up magazines like People, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, and Time, and delivering the editorial pages ... So I began to use a camera to make fake photographs of the ads. By re-photographing a magazine page and then developing the film in a cheap lab, the photos came out very strange. #Quote by Richard Prince
Page 545 quotes by Virginia Woolf
#11. What a labour writing is ... making one sentence do the work of a page; that's what I call hard work. #Quote by Virginia Woolf
Page 545 quotes by Geraldine Brooks
#12. Are there any two words in all of the English language more closely twinned than courage and cowardice? I do not think there is a man alive who will not yearn to possess the former and dread to be accused of the latter. One is held to be the apogee of man's character, the other its nadir. An yet, to me the two sit side by side on the circle of life, removed from each other by the merest degree of arc. (MARCH - Chapter 11 - page 168) #Quote by Geraldine Brooks
Page 545 quotes by Lisa Schroeder
#13. Today there's no one here,
so I find a rock and open my notebook
filled with letters to Lucca,
reading them,
noticing how the letters
decreased in frequency
over the past couple of months.
When i started,
shortly after he died,
I wrote them every day.
I hurt so bad, I wanted to scream,
but I couldn't,
so my words on the page
became a diary of the pain. #Quote by Lisa Schroeder
Page 545 quotes by Patti Page
#14. I always thought that Elvis could have been a great actor, and that he was put in a lot of unimportant movies when he could have done a lot of great ones. #Quote by Patti Page
Page 545 quotes by William Safire
#15. On the analogy of 'Dictionary Johnson,' we call Fred R. Shapiro, editor of the just-published Yale Book of Quotations (well worth the $50 price), 'Quotationeer Shapiro.' ... Shapiro does original research, earning his 1,067-page volume a place on the quotation shelf next to Bartlett's and Oxford's. #Quote by William Safire
Page 545 quotes by James Berryman
#16. As we walked to Fr Walsh's office, Sting asked me what I thought our punishment might be. I had just been beaten for the missing page fiasco, and he told me, straight-faced, that his last thrashing was because his dad was a milkman. #Quote by James Berryman
Page 545 quotes by Alaa Al Aswany
#17. Everything that happened to you is a page that's been turned and is done with. #Quote by Alaa Al Aswany
Page 545 quotes by Josh Holloway
#18. I have three brothers and they're all into computers. They're all intellects. My mother would pay me a quarter a page to read a book and I couldn't make 50 cents. I just couldn't do it. #Quote by Josh Holloway
Page 545 quotes by Kelly Creagh
#19. It was here that Isobel first felt the twinge of an inward pull on her mind. Slowly the words started to get out of the way and let images of courtiers revolve, in slow motion, through her mind's eye. It was as though she had somehow adapted to the density of the language. Soon the words smudged away from the page, and in their place, she was left with the sensation of gliding through the scene, like she'd become a movie camera, sweeping through the sets of rooms and over the heads of costumed actors. #Quote by Kelly Creagh
Page 545 quotes by Guy Pearce
#20. I feel I do my best work when it's all there on the page, and I feel that the character is very vivid as I read the script and I'm not having to create stuff and trying to cobble together something. If I have to do that, then I don't entirely trust what I'm doing. #Quote by Guy Pearce
Page 545 quotes by Nancy Horan
#21. It has always been on the written page that the world has come into focus for me. If I can piece all these bits of memory together with the diaries and letters and the scribbled thoughts that clutter my mind and bookshelves, then maybe I can explain what happened. Maybe the worlds I have inhabited for the past seven years will assume order and logic and wholeness on paper. Maybe I can tell my story in a way that is useful to someone else. #Quote by Nancy Horan
Page 545 quotes by Yevgeny Zamyatin
#22. A person is like a novel: Up to the very last page you don't know how it's going to end. Otherwise, there'd be no point in reading ... #Quote by Yevgeny Zamyatin
Page 545 quotes by Bryan Washington
#23. She read beautifully, deeply. I don't know how else to describe it.
Eventually, I finally asked her what she got out of reading these books by old dead men, what the words on the page had to do with her. The kind of question an idiot asks. But she took it seriously, she pursed her lips.
It's just another way to talk to the dead, she said.
It's another way to make a way, she said. #Quote by Bryan Washington
Page 545 quotes by B.B. Free
#24. Judge a book by the way you feel after you read the last page. #Quote by B.B. Free
Page 545 quotes by Miroslav Penkov
#25. Quiet, moving, masterfully crafted. Such are the nine stories in Venus in the Afternoon. Tehila Lieberman writes with precision, restraint, with a compassionate heart. She inhabits her characters, young or old, men or women, honestly, but without judgment, until they rise off the page and stand before us breathing and alive. New York, the Atacama desert, Amsterdam or Cuzco in Peru, the settings in Venus in the Afternoon are just as varied as the lives which they contain. A wonderful collection, one that will stay in your mind long after you have bid it goodbye. #Quote by Miroslav Penkov
Page 545 quotes by Khaled Hosseini
#26. Mariam longed to place a ruler on a page and draw important-looking lines #Quote by Khaled Hosseini
Page 545 quotes by George R R Martin
#27. Most deserve to be forgotten. The heroes will always be remembered. The best." "The best and the worst." So one of us is like to live in song. "And a few who were a bit of both. Like him." He tapped the page he had been reading. "Who?" Ser Loras craned his head around to see. "Ten black pellets on a scarlet field. I do not know those arms." "They belonged to Criston Cole, who served the first Viserys and the second Aegon." Jaime closed the White Book. "They called him Kingmaker. #Quote by George R R Martin
Page 545 quotes by Cornelia Funke
#28. She'd fallen in love with the wrong boy. But when did love ever bother about that? #Quote by Cornelia Funke
Page 545 quotes by Curtis Sittenfeld
#29. She is shocked, and also afraid to look at him. As he turns the page, he's describing a dessert whose name he cannot remember but which arrived at the table in flames. She feels utterly bewildered. This is who her father is: someone tickled by the existence of sushi. Someone who takes pictures inside a restaurant. Her father is cheesy. Even his handsomeness, she thinks, looking at one of the few photos in which he appears, is of a certain harmlessly generic sort, the handsomeness of a middle-aged male model in the department-store insert of the Sunday Inquirer. Has she only imagined him as a monster? His essential lesson, she always believed, was this: There are many ways for you to transgress, and most you will not recognize until after committing them. But is it she who invented this lesson? At the least, she met him halfway, she bought in to it. Not just as a child but all through adolescence and into adulthood--until this very moment. She realized now that Allison does not buy in to it, that she must not have for years, and that's why Allison doesn't fight with their father or refuse to talk to him for long stretches. Why bother? Hannah always assumed Allison was bullied into her paternal devotion, but no--it is Hannah who has seen his anger as much bigger than it ever was. #Quote by Curtis Sittenfeld
Page 545 quotes by Jonathan Rosen
#30. The Talmud offered a virtual home for an uprooted culture, and grew out of the Jewish need to pack civilization into words and wander out into the world. The Talmud became essential for Jewish survival once the Temple - God's pre-Talmud home - was destroyed, and the Temple practices, those bodily rituals of blood and fire and physical atonement, could no longer be performed. When the Jewish people lost their home (the land of Israel) and God lost His (the Temple), then a new way of being was devised and Jews became the people of the book and not the people of the Temple or the land. They became the people of the book because they had no place else to live. That bodily loss is frequently overlooked, but for me it lies at the heart of the Talmud, for all its plenitude. The Internet, which we are continually told binds us together, nevertheless engenders in me a similar sense of diaspora, a feeling of being everywhere and nowhere. Where else but in the middle of Diaspora do you need a home page? #Quote by Jonathan Rosen
Page 545 quotes by Rahul Guhathakurta
#31. To be on the same page, we need to be in the same book. #Quote by Rahul Guhathakurta
Page 545 quotes by Florence King
#32. Recently while browsing in a secondhand bookstore I bought a paperback copy of The Intellectual and the City, but I was unable to read it. When I got home I discovered that the original owner had highlighted the entire book - literally. Every line on every page had been drawn through with a bright green Magic Marker. It was a terrifying example of a mind that had lost all power of discrimination. #Quote by Florence King
Page 545 quotes by Larry Page
#33. I can't really comment on rumors. #Quote by Larry Page
Page 545 quotes by Haruki Murakami
#34. Look- what I'm getting at is no matter who or what you're dealing with, people build up meaning between themselves and the things around them. The important thing is whether this comes about naturally or not. Being bright has nothing to do with it. What matters is that you see things with your own eyes... There's always going to be a connection between you, Mr. Nakata, and the things you deal with. Just like there's a connection between eel and rice bowls. And as the web of these connections spreads out, a relationship between you, Mr. Nakata, and capitalists and the proletariat naturally develops.
~page 189 #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Page 545 quotes by Jim Crace
#35. I'm not thinking when I'm writing, 'How's this going to read?' Or, 'What percentage of the audience is going to stay with me?' The thing itself is what gives me pleasure. Sometimes stuff just falls onto the page so beautifully and happily that it's deeply satisfying. It's selfish! #Quote by Jim Crace
Page 545 quotes by Leonard Cohen
#36. My page was too white
My ink was too thin
The day wouldn't write
What the night pencilled in #Quote by Leonard Cohen
Page 545 quotes by Patricia C. Wrede
#37. No matter how good you are at sneaking, you can't ever sneak well enough so that mosquitoes won't find you, and no matter how worried and tense you are, or how hard you are trying to pay attention, you just can't help noticing when a cloud of mosquitoes comes for you like you're their first good meal since last fall. #Quote by Patricia C. Wrede
Page 545 quotes by Veronica Roth
#38. People who get his kind of result are ... She looks over her shoulder like she expects someone to appear behind her ... are called ... Divergent. #Quote by Veronica Roth

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