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1. "Mindy Kaling gets her own line in the acknowledgments, as previously negotiated by her representatives. Thanks, Mindy. I love you and you're the best."
Author: B.J. Novak
2. "I'd known since girlhood that I wanted to be a book editor. By high school, I'd pore over the acknowledgments section of novels I loved, daydreaming that someday a brilliant talent might see me as the person who 'made her book possible' or 'enhanced every page with editorial wisdom and insight.' Could I be the Maxwell Perkins to some future Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Wolfe?"
Author: Bridie Clark
3. "[Acknowledgments] I recommend them all for further reading, but when you're finished, you may have to read several of my books and watch a lot of TV just to get stupid enough to function in the modern world again."
Author: Christopher Moore
4. "He grabbed his brothers. All three pounded each others' backs and gave grumbling, cursing acknowledgments."I can finally fucking breathe, seeing you goddamn bastards."
Author: Debra Anastasia
5. "Literature is too full of 'acknowledgments' and squabbles about originality..."
Author: George Bernard Shaw
6. "HOUSE GREYJOY HOUSE MARTELL THE OLD DYNASTY HOUSE TARGARYEN ACKNOWLEDGMENTS"
Author: George R.R. Martin
7. "I wish there was something that - I get all those wonderful letters and wonderful acknowledgments, and I wish I could be more appreciative of what I do. But it's hard for me."
Author: Harvey Korman
8. "It becomes us in humility to make our devout acknowledgments to the Supreme Ruler of the Universe for the inestimable civil and religious blessings with which we are favored."
Author: James K. Polk

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What do I make of all this texture? What does it mean about the kind of world in which I have been set down? The texture of the world, its filigree and scrollwork, means that there is the possibility for beauty here, a beauty inexhaustible in its complexity, which opens to my knock, which answers in me a call I do not remember calling, and which trains me to the wild and extravagant nature of the spirit I seek."
Author: Annie Dillard

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