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1. "Empezó a tener una leve idea de lo que quería decir, y quedó maravillado al pensar en cuántos hombres andaban por el mundo, de aspecto vulgar y tranquilo, que ocultaban fantasías exóticas y poéticas creencias, insospechadas siquiera, hasta que la enfermedad privaba al cerebro de su gobierno."
Author: A.E.W. Mason
2. "Nadie se preocupa por lo que va a ocurrir dentro de millones de años. Aunque crean que se están preocupando por ello, en realidad se engañan a sí mismos. Se preocupan por cosas mucho más mundanas aunque sólo sea una maladigestión; pero nadie es realmente desdichado al pensar lo que le va a ocurrir a este mundo dentro de millones de años."
Author: Bertrand Russell
3. "And yet, despite repeated assurances that women aren't particularly sexual creatures, in cultures around the world men have gone to extraordinary lengths to control female libido: female genital mutilation, head-to-toe chadors, medieval witch burnings, chastity belts, suffocating corsets, muttered insults about "insatiable" whores, pathologizing, paternalistic medical diagnoses of nymphomania or hysteria, the debilitating scorn heaped on any female who chooses to be generous with her sexuality...all parts of a worldwide campaign to keep the supposedly low-key female libido under control. Why the electrified high-security razor-wire fence to contain a kitty-cat?"
Author: Christopher Ryan
4. "Snowflake. You catch the snowflake but when you look in your hand you don't have it no more. Maybe you see this dechado. But before you see it it is gone. If you want to see it you have to see it on its own ground. If you catch it you lose it. And where it goes there is no coming back from. Not even God can bring it back."
Author: Cormac McCarthy
5. "Siempre he sospechado que la amistad está sobrevalorada. Como los estudios universitarios, la muerte y las pollas largas."
Author: David Trueba
6. "A lucidez em alguns, é um dado primordial, um privilégio, e mesmo um dom. Não têm necessidade de adquiri-la, de procurá-la: são predestinados a ela. Todas as experiências contribuem para torná-los transparentes diante de si mesmos. Se vivem numa crise permanente, a aceitam com naturalidade: ela é imanente à sua existência. Em outros, a lucidez é um resultado tardio, o fruto de um acidente, de uma rachadura interior que ocorre em dado momento. Ao que tudo indica, viver é desmoronar progressivamente."
Author: Emil Cioran
7. "Si él estuviera en mi lugar y yo en el suyo, aunque le odiara con un odio que convirtiera mi vida en hiel, nunca hubiera levantado la mano contra él. [...] nunca le hubiera echado de su compañía, mientras ella la deseara. En el momento en que el afecto desapareciera, yo le hubiera arrancado el corazón y bebido su sangre. Pero hasta entonces [...] me hubiera dejado morir a pedazos antes de tocar un solo pelo de su cabeza."
Author: Emily Brontë
8. "Es probable que haya que tomar decisiones, y sorpresas te deparan. La vida nos lleva a lugares insospechados a veces. El futuro nunca está escrito en piedra, recuerda eso."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
9. "…el tiempo barre con todo y las costumbres. Así, de cambio en cambio, paso a paso, van perdiendo las sociedades la cohesión, la identidad, quedan hechas unas colchas deshilachadas de retazos…"
Author: Fernando Vallejo
10. "¿Por qué no decir enseguida lo que siente el corazón cuando se tiene la seguridad de poder ser escuchado? Todos los seres parecen mucho más severos de lo que son en realidad e imaginan que rebajan sus sentimientos expresándolos demasiado pronto"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
11. "I love that name. A country named Chad. Sounds like somebody who lived next door to the Brady Bunch. But if Chad actually lived next door to the Bradys, Greg would be roasting over a slow fire and Marcia would be standing naked on an auction block, because Chad is one of the hungriest, craziest, most desperate places on the planet."
Author: Gary Brecher
12. "¿En cuántos idiomas te has manchado?"
Author: Gayle Forman
13. "O que é o desejo do nosso coração?""A vingança," a voz dele era baixa, como se tivesse receio de que alguém estivesse ouvindo. "A justiça," Príncipe Doran pressionou o dragão de ônix contra a palma da mão dela com seus dedos inchados e gotosos, e murmurou "Fogo e sangue."
Author: George R.R. Martin
14. "Si hubiera sospechado lo que se oye después de muerto, no me suicido."
15. "Chad was in the right spot. He got a little aggressive with the third shot there. He probably didn't want that putt he had there for the par. And you don't want to put it back there where Casey and Sergio did because you have 20 feet of break there."
Author: Hal Sutton
16. "The last Shah's father, Reza Shah, made the chador for women and the turban for men illegal in the mid 1930's...In the 1930's women had their chadors forcibly removed from their heads if they dared wear them and were sometimes beaten as well if they resisted."
Author: Hooman Majd
17. "Não se pode trocar um aperto de mão com um punho fechado"
Author: Indira Gandhi
18. "I'll always understand the Schadenfreude aspect to short-selling. I get that no one will always like it. I'm also convinced to the deepest part of my bones that short-selling plays the role of real-time financial watchdog. It's one of the few checks and balances in the market."
Author: James Chanos
19. "We are also assisting the refugees who have fled across the border to Chad. As many of them have been subject to attacks by militia crossing from Sudan, UNHCR is mounting a major logistical operation to establish camps and transfer refugees away from the border zone."
Author: Jan Egeland
20. "Es wäre denkbar, dass der Mensch ganz ohne Tanz auskommt.Man kennt Beispiele von jungen Leuteb, die viele, viele Monate lang keinerlei Tanzereimitgemacht haben, ohne, dass ihnen daraus greufbarer Schaden an Leib und Seele erwachsen wäre; Ist aber einmal der Anfang gemacht, hat man nur ein Mal - sei's auch nur flüchtig - die Seeligkeit beschwingter Bewegung erlebt, so muss einer schon ein recht schwerblütiger Tropfsein, wenn ihn nicht nach mehr verlangt."
Author: Jane Austen
21. "The hormones also made me more emotional. I found myself snapping at Chad and Jeff for blasting The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin on TV. I also was more prone to isolation, vegging out in my room, listening to Janet Jackson's The Velvet Rope on loop while reading heavy heroine novels like Madame Bovary, Anna Karenina, A Room with a View, and The Age of Innocence."
Author: Janet Mock
22. "Love is the most pleasurable pain imaginable, and I have experienced more pain-pleasure than a German twin experiencing schadenfreude at the expense of his brother."
Author: Jarod Kintz
23. "He (Antonio Machado) was old, weary and ill, and he no longer believed in Franco's defeat. He wrote 'This is the end; any day now Barcelona will fall. For the strategists, for the politicians, for the historians, it is all clear: we have lost the war. But in human terms, I am not so sure. Perhaps we have won."
Author: Javier Cercas
24. "Reflected in a rippling pool of gutter water a metal hawk razored across the midday sky, belching a long trailing shriek as she crossed zenith and descended talons-first into her nearby nest on the horizon. The prophet Austin's shined black loafer described a high arc over the pool and onto the waydrive of a one-story dwelling. Close behind followed his brother in Christ, Chad, though his loafer did crash into the pool-water and split the image of the metal bird asunder."
Author: Jay Nichols
25. "What Love Means to Me," Chad said, writing. "By Apron Bramhall, the loveliest noun I know. Get over here, noun."
Author: Jennifer Gooch Hummer
26. "Without lifting her head, she said, "I want you to get out." And right then I was sure: M had been born with the mean gene. It's the way we come out, Toby said. Maybe M being mean wasn't any different than Mike and Chad being gay, or me having freckles. Mean was just the way she came out. She hated me all right, but it was nothing personal."
Author: Jennifer Gooch Hummer
27. "Schade dass die Natur nur einen Mensch aus dir schuf / denn zum wurdigen Mann war und zum Schelmen der Stoff" (loose translation: nature, alas, made only one being out of you although there was material for a good man & a rogue)"
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
28. "She wondered: How could people respond to these images if images didn't secretly enjoy the same status as real things? Not that images were so powerful, but that the world was so weak. It could be read, certainly, in its weakness, as on days when the sun baked fallen apples in orchards and the valley smelled like cider, and cold nights when Jordan had driven Chadds Ford for dinner and the tires of her Chevrolet had crunched on the gravel driveway; but the world was fungible only as images. Nothing got inside the head without becoming pictures."
Author: Jonathan Franzen
29. "As coisasA bengala, as modeas, o chaveiro, A dócil fechadura, as tardiasNotas que não lerão os poucos diasQue me restam, os naipes e o tabuleiro,Um livro e em suas páginas a desvanecidaVioleta, monumento de uma tardeSem dúvida inesquecível e já esquecida,O rubo espelho ocidental em que ardeUma ilusória aurora. Quantas coisas,Limas, umbrais, atlas, taças, cravos,Servem-nos, como tácitos escravos, cegas e estranhamente sigilosas!Durarão para além de nosso esquecimentoNunca saberão que partimos em um momento."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
30. "La amistad no es menos misteriosa que el amor o que cualquiera de las otras faces de esta confusión que es la vida. He sospechado alguna vez que la única cosa sin misterio es la felicidad, porque se justifica por sí sola."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
31. "Quando, de manhã, Baltasar acordou, viu Blimunda deitada a seu lado, a comer pão, de olhos fechados. Só os abriu, cinzentos àquela hora, depois de ter acabado de comer, e disse, Nunca te olharei por dentro."
Author: José Saramago
32. "Las propias palabras, que no son cosas, que sólo las designan lo mejor que pueden, y designándolas las modelan, incluso las que sirvieron de manera ejemplar, suponiendo que tal pudiera suceder en alguna ocasión, son millones de veces usadas y otras tantas desechadas, y después nosotros, humildes, con el rabo entre las piernas, como el perro Encontrado cuando la vergüenza lo encoge, tenemos que ir a buscarlas nuevamente, barro pisado que también ellas son, amasado y masticado, deglutido y restituido."
Author: José Saramago
33. "Poema à boca fechada Não direi: Que o silêncio me sufoca e amordaça. Calado estou, calado ficarei, Pois que a língua que falo é de outra raça. Palavras consumidas se acumulam, Se represam, cisterna de águas mortas, Ácidas mágoas em limos transformadas, Vaza de fundo em que há raízes tortas. Não direi: Que nem sequer o esforço de as dizer merecem, Palavras que não digam quanto sei Neste retiro em que me não conhecem. Nem só lodos se arrastam, nem só lamas, Nem só animais bóiam, mortos, medos, Túrgidos frutos em cachos se entrelaçam No negro poço de onde sobem dedos. Só direi, Crispadamente recolhido e mudo, Que quem se cala quando me calei Não poderá morrer sem dizer tudo."
Author: José Saramago
34. "¿No te sientes especial, chico hielo? No solo tuvimos que ir al Fin del Mundo. Sé amable con el agradable hombre encapuchado, y tal vez consigas un alma."
Author: Julie Kagawa
35. "Jealousy always trumps schadenfreude! It's a rule from the heartbreak version of ‘rock, paper, scissors."
Author: Julie Klausner
36. "Se había marchado y eso era algo para lo que no iba a estar preparado ni en cincuenta y tres días, ni en cincuenta y tres años ni en cincuenta y tres siglos."
Author: Kami Garcia
37. "Había escuchado cada palabra de lo que ella había dicho,, pero yo sólo sabía una cosa.Yo estaba metido hasta el fondo."
Author: Kami Garcia
38. "¿Cuántos de nosotros estamos fingiendo una fachada? ¿Cuántos de nosotros estamos pretendiendo ser algo que no somos? Mejor aún, ¿cuántos de nosotros tendremos el coraje de ser nosotros mismos, independientemente de lo que otros piensen?"
Author: Katie McGarry
39. "Y cuando me haya marchado, deberás confiar en mí, como deberia hacer cualquier persona que no poseyera tu gracia, y como yo hago siempre contigo." Katsa"
Author: Kristin Cashore
40. "Pero de pronto lo recordé, las irreductibles asperezas de un mundo inhumano se aniquilaron mágicamente; las sílabas del verso llenaron luego la medida de un alejandrino; lo que el verso tenía de sobra se desprendió con tanta facilidad y tan ágilmente como una pompa de aire que sale a estallar a la superficie del agua. Y, en efecto, aquella enormidad con que yo había luchado no era más que una sola sílaba."
Author: Marcel Proust
41. "En definitiva, ¿importa algo la memoria? "A veces me siento desdichada, nada más que de no saber qué es lo que estoy echando de menos", murmuró Blanca, mientras repartía los duraznos en almíbar. Nos tocaron tres y medio a cada uno."
Author: Mario Benedetti
42. "Estou manchado com esplendor corrupto, sou um código para segredos obscuros, sou um ser à parte, fui gerado na decadência, e vivo sobre a água. Sou o mais diferente possível de ti, e no entanto não sou propriamente um turco ou um peixe" Casanova"
Author: Michelle Lovric
43. "Everyone has a little bit of Howard and Chad in them. I think there's Christine in all men as well."
Author: Neil LaBute
44. "Want to play some Battleship?"I wasn't leaving him alone with that thing in there.Chad armed himself with a notebook, and we went to war. Historically, war has often been used as a distraction for problems at home."
Author: Patricia Briggs
45. "Tenía una imponente cabellera, una laberíntica y ondeante guirnalda de espirales y bucles, ensortijados y lo bastante grandes para servir como adornos navideños. El desasosiego de su infancia parecía haber pasado a las enroscaduras de su sinuosa y espesa cabellera. Su cabellera irreversible. Podías fregar cazos con aquel cabello sin que se alterase más que si lo hubieran cosechado en las oscuras profundidades marinas, como si fuese un organismo que creciera en los arrecifes, un denso ónice vivo, híbrido de coral y arbusto, tal vez poseedor de propiedades medicinales."
Author: Philip Roth
46. "Supongo que en esta vida todo el mundo tiene que hacer algo y si ese algo no te gusta, pues mejor, porque te estás ganando el cielo, o al menos, el derecho de poder aconsejar.Me refiero a que si te jodes y te aguantas un poco puedes decir: «mira, yo también hago muchas cosas que no me gustan», pero si resulta que eres incapaz de hacer cosas que no te gustan, entonces estás perdido y sólo te queda sentarte a esperar que lo poco bueno que te ha pasado en la vida se haya marchado."
Author: Ray Loriga
47. "All events, no matter how earthshaking or bizarre, are diluted within moments of their occurrence the the continuance of the necessary routines of day-to-day.-FitzMost prisons are of our own making. A man makes his own freedom, too.-ChadeWhen you cut pieces out of the truth to avoid looking like a fool, you end up sounding like a moron instead.-BurrichWe left. Walking uphill and into the wind. That suddenly seemed a metaphor for my whole life.-Fitz"
Author: Robin Hobb
48. "That was Verity's way. MOnths had passed since we had last spoken but he took no times for greetings. Chade said it was a lack in him, that he didn't make his men feel their importance to him. I think he believed that if anything significant had happened to me, someone would have told him. He had a bluff heartiness to him that I enjoyed, an attitude that things must be going well unless someone ahd told him otherwise."
Author: Robin Hobb
49. "Ter a porta fechada, os lábios fechados: mas o meu silêncio proclama ordens."tu não dizes nada, e eu vou" ou "não dizes nada, e eu não vou". Toda a minha presença é palavra. Avança então, avança no lodo da noite. Decide. Eu decidi a tua morte e não estamos pagos. Mais ainda. Queria pedir misericórdia: não há misericórdia."
Author: Simone De Beauvoir
50. "It's all right," she said. "You're through." "Jesus," he finally managed, pushing water off his face. "Jesus Christ and John the Baptist. For that matter, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John." Still not enough. He needed to reach back to the Old Testament for this. "Obadiah. Nebuchadnezzar. Methuselah and Job." "Be calm," she said, taking him by the shoulders. "Be calm. And there are women in the Bible, you know." "Yes. As I recall it, they were trouble, every last one."
Author: Tessa Dare

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She felt a board indifference toward the immediate world around her toward other children and adults alike. She took it as a regrettable accident to be borne patiently for a while, that she happened to be imprisoned among people who were dull. She had caught a glimpse of another world and she knew it existed somewhere, the world that had created trains, bridges, telegraph wires and signal lights winking in the night. She had to wait she thought, and grow up to that world. - Dagny Taggart"
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