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1. "Some nice lady came over here with food for us all. She claimed to be your mother. I don't believe it--you're an asshole, and she's good people."
Author: Amy Lane
2. "Si quelqu'un aime une fleur qui n'existe qu'à un exemplaire dans les millions et les millions d'étoiles, ça suffit pour qu'il soit heureux quand il les regarde."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
3. "Il faut longtemps cultiver un ami avant qu'il réclame son dû d'amitié. Il faut s'être ruiné durant des générations à réparer le vieux château qui croule, pour apprende à l'aimer."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
4. "Eventually my rejection of authority spilled into self-indulgence and self-destructiveness, and by the time I enrolled in college, I'd begun to see how any challenge to convention harbored within it the possibility of its own excesses and its own orthodoxy. I started to reexamine my assumptions, and recalled the values my mother and grandparents had taught me. In this slow, fitful process of sorting out what I believed, I began silently registering the point in dorm-room conversations when my college friends and I stopped thinking and slipped into can't: the point at which the denunciations of capitalism or American imperialism came too easily, and the freedom from the constraints of monogamy or religion was proclaimed without fully understanding the value of such constraints, and the role of victim was too readily embraced as a means of shedding responsibility, or asserting entitlement, or claiming moral superiority over those not so victimized."
Author: Barack Obama
5. "Arkadasligin tabancasinda daime tek bir kursun vardir."
Author: Baris Biçakçi
6. "People in the Pentagon had colleagues killed and maimed by bin Laden. They're trying to find bin Laden and kill him and his cult. Naturally they consider that a legitimate thing to do, but they're having mixed success at the job."
Author: Bruce Sterling
7. "Isabelle drifted over, Jace a pace behind her. She was wearing a long black dress with boots and an even longer cutaway coat of soft green velvet, the color of moss. "I can't believe you did it!" she exclaimed. "How did you get Magnus to let Jace leave?""Traded him for Alec," Clary said.Isabelle looked mildly alarmed. "Not permanently?""No," said Jace. "Just for a few hours. Unless I don't come back," he added thoughtfully. "In which case, maybe he does get to keep Alec. Think of it as a lease with an option to buy."Isabelle looked dubious. "Mom and Dad won't be pleased if they find out.""That you freed a possible criminal by trading away your brother to a warlock who looks like a gay Sonic the Hedgehog and dresses like the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?" Simon inquired. "No, probably not."
Author: Cassandra Clare
8. "Parent-Teacher ConferenceAt the parent-teacher conference,my father made a scene.He scared my fifth-grade teacher,with his mask from Halloween. She showed him all my science gradesand said she was concerned,but he just stuck his tongue outwhen my teacher's back was turned. He drew a monster on the boardand claimed it was her twin.He even shook her soda,which expolded on her chin. My angry teacher crossed her armsand said, "This meeting's done!I now see where he gets it from—you act just like your son!"
Author: Darren Sardelli
9. "GambergeTu gamberges. Tu regardes ta vie. Ça ne colle pas. Alors tu déprimes. Combien de vies ratées pour une vie réussie ? C'est quoi, les proportions ? Qu'est-ce que j'ai mal fait pour en arriver là ? C'est quand, que j'ai merdé ? J'ai encore le temps de me rattraper ? Combien de chances il me reste pour m'en sortir pas trop mal ? Elle peut encore changer, ma vie ? Je ne suis pas fait pour cette vie-là ? Ça se change, une vie ? Je veux dire, ça se change vraiment ? C'est quoi, le problème ? C'est ma névrose ? Comment on fait pour tordre une névrose ? J'ai mangé mon pain blanc, alors ? JE l'ai mangé sans m'en rendre compte, c'est ça ? Je vais encore ramer longtemps comme ça ? C'est encore loin, l'Amérique ? Est-ce qu'un jour moi aussi je mâchouillerai un brin d'herbe sous un saule en me disant que la vie est belle ? Qu'elle est sacrement belle ? Faut que j'arrête de gamberger, c'est pas bon."
Author: David Thomas
10. "Mon efficacité dans le combat concret et le corps à corps brutal apparaît ridicule en comparaison de celle d'Edo. Certes. Mais moi, je sais creuser des gouffres de peines chez l'être le plus insensible. Je parviens à faire naître le désir cruel, l'envie aliénante, la frustration implacable. J'obsède, j'énerve, je tends et j'agace. Je fascine, j'excite, je détruis et rends dément. Je suis le roi de l'artifice. Je fais exploser dans le ciel de ma victime des comètes hallucinatoires, des soleils délirants et des éclairs de folie avant de laisser tomber sur ses jours une nuit noire épaisse et dense, qui ne précède aucune aurore prometteuse. Et si je suis vraiment d'humeur fouillis-souillonne comme maintenant, je peux en tirer un plaisir indécent quasi onaniste. Que l'on se rassure : je ne vais pas casser le jouet de mes petits camarades. Juste m'amuser un peu avec..."
Author: Eli Esseriam
11. "What he had to say was really rather elementary: basic Christianity such as was professed in the Bible and in the doctrines of the Church of England, and to which almost everyone claimed to subscribe, was practically nonexistent in British society."
Author: Eric Metaxas
12. "There will be pain." (Qyburn)"I'll scream." (Jaime Lannister)"A great deal of pain." (Qyburn)"I'll scream very loudly." Jaime Lannister)"
Author: George R.R. Martin
13. "Ma libertéLongtemps je t'ai gardéeComme une perle rareMa libertéc'est toi qui m'as aidéA larguer les amarresPour aller n'importe oùPour aller jusqu'au boutDes chemins de fortunePour cueillir en rêvantUne rose des ventsSur un rayon de luneMa libertéDevant tes volontésMon âme était soumiseMa libertéje t'avais tout donnéMa dernière chemiseEt combien j'ai souffertPour pouvoir satisfaireTes moindres exigencesJ'ai changé de paysJ'ai perdu mes amisPour gagner ta confianceMa libertéTu as su désarmerToutes mes habitudesMa libertétoi qui m'as fait aimerMême la solitudeToi qui m'as fait sourireQuand je voyais finirUne belle aventureToi qui m'as protégéQuand j'allais me cacherPour soigner mes blessuresMa libertéPourtant je t'ai quittéeUne nuit de décembreJ'ai déserté les chemins écartésQue nous suivions ensembleLorsque sans me méfierLes pieds et poings liésJe me suis laissé faireEt je t'ai trahie pourUne prison d'amourEt sa belle geôlièreEt je t'ai trahie pourUne prison d'amourEt sa belle geôlière"
Author: Georges Moustaki
14. "Ma SolitudePour avoir si souvent dormiAvec ma solitudeJe m'en suis fait presqu'une amieUne douce habitudeEll' ne me quitte pas d'un pasFidèle comme une ombreElle m'a suivi çà et làAux quatre coins du mondeNon, je ne suis jamais seulAvec ma solitudeQuand elle est au creux de mon litElle prend toute la placeEt nous passons de longues nuitsTous les deux face à faceJe ne sais pas vraiment jusqu'oùIra cette compliceFaudra-t-il que j'y prenne goûtOu que je réagisse?Non, je ne suis jamais seulAvec ma solitudePar elle, j'ai autant apprisQue j'ai versé de larmesSi parfois je la répudieJamais elle ne désarmeEt si je préfère l'amourD'une autre courtisaneElle sera à mon dernier jourMa dernière compagneNon, je ne suis jamais seulAvec ma solitude"
Author: Georges Moustaki
15. "Vraiment, un homme sans moustache n'est plus un homme."
Author: Guy De Maupassant
16. "You came up this gut-wrenching road yesterday by yourself?" Cassie exclaimed. "You deserve a good cuffing just for driving this goat path on your own.""It's not so bad once you get used to dodging the ruts.""You've got some nerve calling these canyons ruts.""Cassandra Hudson, where is your sense of adventure?""I dropped it off going over that last rut-crossing when only two wheels were on the ground.""Those ones are a bit exhilarating, aren't they?" Alexandra shot Cassie a quick look and wink. "Keep your eyes on the road!""What road?""Exactly!"
Author: H.H. Laura
17. "Beaucoup de gens aiment mieux nier les dénouements, que de mesurer la force des liens, des noeuds, des attaches qui soudent secrètement un fait à un autre dans l'ordre moral."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
18. "Mais que peuvent les malheureux? Ils aiment, voilà tout."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
19. "Oh! very well," exclaimed Miss Bates, "then I need not be uneasy. 'Three things very dull indeed.' That will just do for me, you know. I shall be sure to say three dull things as soon as ever I open my mouth, shan't I?—(looking round with the most good-humoured dependence on every body's assent)—Do not you all think I shall?"Emma could not resist."Ah! ma'am, but there may be a difficulty. Pardon me—but you will be limited as to number—only three at once."Miss Bates, deceived by the mock ceremony of her manner, did not immediately catch her meaning; but, when it burst on her, it could not anger, though a slight blush shewed that it could pain her."
Author: Jane Austen
20. "In a blind taste test, nine out of ten Helen Kellers preferred Blue Ribbon Coffee to Starbucks. The tenth Helen Keller, well, she claimed she didn't hear the question."
Author: Jarod Kintz
21. "You can draw!" I exclaimed."Yeah," his voice echoed from the kitchen."I mean really draw [...]""I told you I would major in art, hypothetically.""Yeah, but I thought the bullshit you fed me about lifting up the human spirit was compensation for not being able to draw."
Author: Jennifer Echols
22. "Then his mouth took hers.Julianna didn't have a chance. It was the Alamo all over again. Warm, capable lips molded perfectly to hers and with one push, his tongue slipped into her mouth. Like a marauding pirate, he conquered and enjoyed his territory, his hot tongue thrusting in and out in a teasing game before he dove deep and claimed his treasure."
Author: Jennifer Probst
23. "Naturalism aimed at giving the primitive wishes full play but failed because these wishes are too primitive, too infantile, too inconsistent with themselves to be satisfied even by the greatest license."
Author: John Desmond Bernal
24. "Geez, what do I need to do, use semaphore? I told you I was unclaimed."
Author: Katie MacAlister
25. "I feel claimed and bonded to him like animals do. I feel like I've already been caught and trapped and he's merely priming me, leaving me to simmer in my juices, anxiously waiting for the moment when he takes his first bite of me."
Author: Katy Evans
26. "I could spank Constantine and skin him alive afterwards, that I could," she exclaimed bitterly. "Oh, Susan, I'm surprised at you," said the doctor, pulling a long face. "Have you no regard for the proprieties? Skin him alive by all means but omit the spanking."
Author: L.M. Montgomery
27. "Whaddaya mean 'old maids,' ha? The term is 'unclaimed treasure,' buddy, 'unclaimed treasure!"
Author: Laurie Notaro
28. "Six Stars,' he exclaimed. 'Finding the right words is hard!"
Author: Louise Marley
29. "It's not an honest face. It's not a kind face. It's a face made of anger and secrets and lies. From the tight, guarded mouth to the clenched, square jaw to the glossy shimmer of I-dare-you that coats the surface of her eyes, Aimee's face is a scary place for Meghan's gaze to rest. But beneath the gloss, behind the sharpness and tension, deep at Aimee's core, Meghan can see something warm and real. It's the same unnameable thing she saw in the sickroom on the first day of school. It's the same thing she feels pulsing softly deep in her own chest."
Author: Madeleine George
30. "238. I want you to know, if you ever read this, there was a time when I would rather have had you by my side than any one of these words; I would rather have had you by my side than all the blue in the world.239. But now you are talking as if love were a consolation. Simone Weil warned otherwise. "Love is not consolation," she wrote. "It is light."240. All right then, let me try to rephrase. When I was alive, I aimed to be a student not of longing but of light."
Author: Maggie Nelson
31. "They used Akbar's principles to formulate a version of Islam that could peacefully co-exist with other religions (or so they claimed). An Emperor's Bequest to Islam, their joint 1,300-page doorstopper, spent twenty weeks on the New York Times bestseller list in hardcover alone. The fact that they remained practicing Muslims (albeit the liberal, wine-guzzling kind) put their message in high international demand."
Author: Manil Suri
32. "Cela pose un problème que...?""Que tu ne sois pas juif? Pas le moins du tout, dit maman en riant. Ni mon mari ni moi n'accordons d'importance à la différence de l'autre. Bien au contraire, nous avons toujours pensé que'elle était passionnante et source de multiples bonheurs. Le plus important, quand on veut vivre à deux toute une vie, est d'etre sur que l'on ne s'ennuiera pas ensemble. L'ennui dans un couple, c'est lui qui tue l'amour. Tant que tu feras rire Alice, tant que tu lui donneras l'envie de te retrouver, alors que tu viens à peine de la quitter pour aller travailler, tant que tu seras celui dont elle partage les confidences et à qui elle aime aussi se confier, tant que tu vivras tes reves avec elle, meme ceux que tu ne pourras pas réaliser, alors je suis certaine que quelles que soient tes origines, la seule chose qui sera étrangère à votre couple sera le monde et ses jaloux."
Author: Marc Levy
33. "What, then, are religions if not the restraint wherewith the tyranny of the mightier sought to enslave the weaker? Motivated by that design, he dared say to him whom he claimed the right to dominate, that a God had forged the irons with which cruelty manacled him; and the latter, bestialized by his misery, indistinctly believed everything the former wished. Can religions, born of these rogueries, merit respect?"
Author: Marquis De Sade
34. "Le sentiment d'être élu est présent, par exemple, dans toute relation amoureuse. car l'amour, par définition, est un cadeau non mérité ; être aimé sans mérite, c'est même la preuve d'un vrai amour. Si une femme me dit : je t'aime parce que tu es intelligent, parce que tu es honnête, parce que tu m'achètes des cadeaux, parce que tu ne dragues pas, parce que tu fais la vaiselle, je suis déçu ; cet amour a l'air de quelque chose d'intéressé. Combien il est plus beau d'entendre : je suis folle de toi bien que tu ne sois ni intelligent ni honnête, bien que tu sois menteur, égoïste, salaud. (chapitre 15)"
Author: Milan Kundera
35. "Gossip, unless aimed or honed sharp like a weapon, was natural to human beings. It showed interestin oe's fellows, interest in the well being of the tribe. "Gossip was a way to learn taboos, pass on warnings, share the burden fo being human among many so the onus of bearing it alone would fall on no one person. " Molly said. From an Anna Pigeon Novel"
Author: Nevada Barr
36. "Women aged fifteen through forty-four are more likely to be maimed or die from male violence than from cancer, malaria, traffic accidents, and war combined."
Author: Nicholas D. Kristof
37. "O was infinitely more moving when her body was covered with marks, of whatever kind, if only because these marks made it impossible for her to cheat and immediately proclaimed, the moment they were seen, that anything went as far as she was concerned. For to know this was one thing, but to see the proof of it, and to see the proof constantly renewed, was quite another."
Author: Pauline Réage
38. "Maimed but still magnificent... Europe's mightiest medieval cathedral."
Author: R. W. Apple Jr.
39. "I walked inside Macy's and faced the pathetic spectacle of a department store full of shoppers, none of whom were shopping for themselves. Without the instant gratification of a self-aimed purchase, everyone walked around in the tactical stupor of the financially obligated."
Author: Rachel Cohn
40. "Did the queen offer to let you bring another friend?""She did," admitted Lissa. "In particular, she suggested Adrian. But he's sulking...and I'm not really sure I'm in the mood for him."Christian seemed pleased by this. "Then bring me."My poor friends. I wasn't sure how much more shock any of them could handle today."Why the hell would I bring you?" She exclaimed. All her anger returned at his presumption. It was a sign of her agitation that she'd sworn."Because," he said, face calm, "I can teach you how to stake a Strigoi."
Author: Richelle Mead
41. "Scuffing her bare feet into slippers, she shrugged into a silk robe, then hesitated, looking down at Perrin. He would be able to see her clearly, if he woke, but to her, he was just a shadowed mound. She wished her mother were there, now, to advise her. She loved Perrin with every fiber of her being, and he confused every fiber. Actually understanding men was impossible, of course, but he was so unlike anyone she had grown up with. He never swaggered, and instead of laughing at himself, he was... modest. She had not believed a man could be modest! He insisted that only chance had made him a leader, claimed he did not know how to lead, when men who met him were ready to follow after an hour. He dismissed his own thinking as slow, when those slow, considering thoughts saw so deeply that she had to dance a merry jig to keep any secrets at all. He was a wonderful man, her curly-haired wolf. So strong. And so gentle."
Author: Robert Jordan
42. "Elle n'avait jamais vraiment aimé les impressionnistes. Elle trouvait qu'ils manquaient d'outrance, de passion. Seul Renoir, parfois, savait traiter un corps de femme avec ce manque de respect qui lui était dû."
Author: Romain Gary
43. "The film is a romance with songs and dances, aimed at a family audience."
Author: Sanjay Dutt
44. "He claimed the waters must have, indeed, been healing, because look how hard his journey was on him to get there, and how easy it was on him to get home."
Author: Sarah Addison Allen
45. "He was a simple honest man. He never strayed,He never drank, he never smoked, and he never kissed a maid.And when he passed away his insurance was denied,Because he never lived, they claimed he never died."
Author: Ted Gup
46. "And they beat. The women for having known them and no more, no more; the children for having been them but never again. They killed a boss so often and so completely they had to bring him back to life to pulp him one more time. Tasting hot mealcake among pine trees, they beat it away. Singing love songs to Mr. Death, they smashed his head. More than the rest, they killed the flirt whom folks called Life for leading them on. Making them think the next sunrise would be worth it; that another stroke of time would do it at last. Only when she was dead would they be safe. The successful ones--the ones who had been there enough years to have maimed, mutilated, maybe even buried her--kept watch over the others who were still in her cock-teasing hug, caring and looking forward; remembering and looking back."
Author: Toni Morrison
47. "Finally, in the midst of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday of November 1863 as Thanksgiving: a day to solemnly acknowledge the sacrifices made for the Union....Shopping was part of the American Dream, too. So in 1939, at the urging of merchants, FDR moved Thanksgiving ahead a week, to lengthen the Christmas shopping season. And there it has remained, a day of national gluttony, retail pageantry, TV football, and remembrance of the Pilgrims, a folk so austere that they regarded Christmas as a corrupt Papist holiday."
Author: Tony Horwitz
48. "What is the cat?" he exclaimed. "It is a corrective. God, having made the mouse, said, ‘I've made a blunder.' And he made the cat. The cat is the erratum of the mouse. The mouse, plus the cat, Is the revised and corrected proof of creation."
Author: Victor Hugo
49. "[He] saw communism for the sham that it was--a bunch of brutes who seized power in the name of the people, only to repress the very people they claimed to champion."
Author: Vince Flynn
50. "Je ne lis que pour moi; je n'aime que ce qui est à mon usage."
Author: Voltaire

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