Hilary Mantel Quotes About Bridge

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"I was just going over London Bridge and I saw someone had attacked the Madonna's statue. Knocked off the baby's head.'‘That was done a while back. It would be that devil Cranmer. You know what he is when he's taken a drink." ~ Hilary Mantel
"Why did you let her take the head off London Bridge?"Cromwell:"You know me, Stephen. The fluid of benevolence flows through my veins and sometimes overspills." ~ Hilary Mantel
"When I was small I dreamed of demons. I thought they were under my bed, but you said, it can't be so, you don't get demons our side of the river, the guards won't let them over London Bridge." ~ Hilary Mantel
"He thinks, if you were born in Putney, you saw the river every day, and imagined it widening out to the sea. Even if you had never seen the ocean you had a picture of it in your head from what you had been told by foreign people who sometimes came upriver. You knew that one day you would go out into a world of marble pavements and peacocks, of hillsides buzzing with heat, the fragrance of crushed herbs rising around you as you walked. You planned for what your journeys would bring you: the touch of warm terra-cotta, the night sky of another climate, alien flowers, the stone-eyed gaze of other people's saints. But if you were born in Aslockton, in flat fields under a wide sky, you might just be able to imagine Cambridge: no farther." ~ Hilary Mantel
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Cuando le venga una tentación, señorita, tema el remordimiento, que es el veneno de la vida"
Author: Charlotte Brontë

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