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1. "That's cool," he says."Yeah," I say, and we go into another marathon pause."So..." he finally says. "Think you can start talking to me again?""Oh,so you noticed the silencio treatment?" I tease. My horoscope in Seventeen this month encourages me to "take a romantic risk," so I'm going for it."Yeah,I noticed when I had to do Actividad thirty-three as both fruit vendor and customer," he says, and I can hear him grinning through the phone."
Author: Alecia Whitaker
2. "La lengua no engaña: largarse rima con salvarse. Si te estás muriendo, lárgate. Si estás sufriendo, muévete. No existe más ley que la del movimiento."
Author: Amélie Nothomb
3. "—¡Deja de jugar con la comida! —le dijo por signos mi madre.—Son nubes —respondió Dot.—Las nubes no son rojas —dijo por signos Soph.—Es el amanecer —replicó por signos Dot, desafiante—. Porque en mi plato está amaneciendo. Y a la salchicha le parece precioso. —Le esculpió una sonrisa a la salchicha con el cuchillo.—Vaya desastre —le dijo por signos mi madre.—Pero un desastre bonito —sonrió Dot. Le dio la vuelta a su plato para enseñárselo a nuestra madre. La salchicha estaba tumbada de espaldas, sonriéndoles a las nubes de kétchup."
Author: Annabel Pitcher
4. "Nadie debería irse sin dejar una Troya ardiendo a sus espaldas."
Author: Arturo Pérez Reverte
5. "I bet there are a lot of women out there who want to sleep with a guy who reads. And being the head of the reading foundation, I'm very well endowed."
Author: Bauvard
6. "Nulla alimenta l'oblio più di una guerra, Daniel.Le guerre negano la memoria, dissuadendoci dall'indagare sulle loro radici, finché non si è spenta la voce di chi può raccontarle. Allora ritornano, con un altro nome ed un altro volto, a distruggere quel poco che avevano risparmiato."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
7. "When I rest my head on the couch I know that it's coming, coming like something in the mail, something sent away for. We know it is coming, but are not sure when--weeks? months? She is fifty one. I am twenty-one. My sister is twenty-three. My brothers are twenty-four and seven. We are ready. We are not ready. People know.Our house sits on a sinkhole. Our house is the one being swept up in the tornado, the little train-set model floating helplessly, pathetically around in the howling black funnel. We're weak and tiny. We're Grenada. There are men parachuting from the sky.We are waiting for everything to finally stop working--the organs and systems, one by one, throwing up their hands--"The jig is up," says the endocrine; "I did what I could," says the stomach, or what's left of it; "We'll get em next time," adds the heart, with a friendly punch to the shoulder."
Author: Dave Eggers
8. "Why did you do all this for me?' he asked. 'I don't deserve it. I've never done anything for you.' 'You have been my friend,' replied Charlotte. 'That in itself is a tremendous thing."
Author: E.B. White
9. "No pretendo que consientas mis palabras, de ser así, las escribiría de manera que pudieras comprenderlas.Sólo espero que las conserves, y las mantengas a la mano, o frescas en tu memoria, para que el día en que seas capaz de aceptarlas, te sean útiles."
Author: Erick Cano
10. "Por isso, alheio, vou lendo como páginas, meu ser"
Author: Fernando Pessoa
11. "Foi ele, esse iluminado de olhos cintilantes e cabelos desgrenhados, que um dia saltou dentro de mim e gritou basta! Num momento em que meu ser civilizado, bem penteado, bem vestido e ponderado dizia sim a uma injustiça. Foi ele quem amou a mulher e a colocou num pedestal e lhe ofertou uma flor. Foi ele quem sofreu quando jovem a emoção de um desencanto, e chorou quando menino a perda de um brinquedo, debatendo-se na camisa-de-força com que tolhiam o seu protesto. Este ser engasgado, contido, subjugado pela ordem iníqua dos racionais é o verdadeiro fulcro da minha verdadeira natureza, o cerne da minha condição de homem, herói e pobre-diabo, paria, negro, judeu, índio, santo, poeta, mendigo e débil mental. Viramundo! Que um dia há de rebelar-se dentro de mim, enfim liberto, poderoso na sua fragilidade, terrível na pureza de sua loucura."
Author: Fernando Sabino
12. "A vida é cruel por ter inventado a memória. Como os velhos que recobram em matizes suas lembranças mais antigas, à beira da morte minha memória gravita em torno do sol, e como ele clareia tudo! Tudo é presente, nada está perdido. É como uma força oculta que nos impele para nos estimular de novo: diante da evidência de que não mais haverá futuro, o passado se amplifica, suas raízes engrossam, tudo em mim é rizosfera, as cores se cristalizam sobre cada estrato, a mais insignificante imagem toca o seu absoluto, o coração bate em crescendo."
Author: Frida Kahlo
13. "Así como se atribuía al género humano un instinto de reproducción, debía atribuírsele otro más definido y apremiante, que era el instinto de matar cucarachas, y que si éstas habían logrado escapar a la ferocidad humana era porque se habían refugiado en las tinieblas, donde se hicieron invulnerables por el miedo congénito del hombre a la oscuridad, pero en cambio se volvieron susceptibles al esplendor del mediodía, de modo que ya en la Edad Media, en la actualidad y por los siglos de los siglos, el único método eficaz para matar cucarachas era el deslumbramiento solar."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
14. "Ahora, con la perspectiva del tiempo y de la libertad que he adquirido en los últimos años, comprendo cuánto me humillé por amor. Dejé de lado todo, desde mi personalidad hasta mi trabajo, por soñar en un paraíso doméstico que no era para mí."
Author: Isabel Allende
15. "In the hall itself the din of the music - for this is the real way to play a jukebox and what it was originally for - was so tremendous that it shattered Dean and Stan and me for a moment in the realization that we had never dared to play music as we wanted, and this was how loud we wanted."
Author: Jack Kerouac
16. "Dee, creo que si me mira es porque está tramando un plan para asesinarme y esconder mi cuerpo.—No es verdad. No te mira así.Tiró el libro fuera de la cama y se puso de rodillas, colocándose las manos sobre el pecho.—Te mira como diciendo «te odio pero te quiero…»"
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
17. "We followed him through the wealthy splendor of the house. Hardwood floors. Custom carved woodworking. Statues. Fountains. Suits of armor. Original painting, one of them a van Gogh. Stained-glass windows. Household staff in formal uniform. I kept expecting to come across a flock of peacocks roaming the halls, or maybe a pet cheetah in a diamond-studded collar."
Author: Jim Butcher
18. "I am trying to release endorphins here. I am not preaching to you - I am trying to make you laugh."
Author: Jimmy Carr
19. "I grew up on classic Nintendo, which was amazing. My best friends were hardcore into it."
Author: Johanna Braddy
20. "I know I'd be an absolutely horrendous politician."
Author: John Oliver
21. "Las combinaciones y las composiciones de las casualidades, siendo efectivamente muchísimas, no son infinitas, y más vale que nos arriesguemos a subir a la higuera para intentar alcanzar el higo que tumbarnos bajo su sombra y esperar a que nos caiga en la boca."
Author: José Saramago
22. "Just her and the great outdoors. Gwendolyn Margaret Passmore and a million blades of grass."
Author: Julia Quinn
23. "—Cuando te conocí, pensé que estábamos hecho el uno para el otro, a pesar de que, en algunos sentidos, parecíamos muy distintos y no parábamos de pelearnos. Pero ahora... —¿El qué? —Ahora no creo que estemos hechos el uno para el otro, sino que nos estamos haciendo el uno al otro, para convertirnos en las personas que seremos. ¿Sabes a lo que me refiero."
Author: Julianna Baggott
24. "Mi caída empezó, como muchas historias lo hacen, con una chica. Una chica llamada Meghan Chase, la hija medio humana de nuestro antiguo rival, el Rey de Verano. El destino nos unió, y a pesar de todo lo que hice para ocultar mis emociones, a pesar de las leyes de nuestra gente y de la guerra con los feys de Hierro y de la amenaza de eterno destierro de mi hogar, aun así me enamoré de ella. Nuestros caminos estaban entretejidos, nuestros destinos entrelazados, y antes de la última batalla juré que la seguiría al fin del mundo, para protegerla de cualquier amenaza, incluyendo a mi propia familia, y para morir por ella si era llamado a hacerlo. Me convertí en su caballero, y habría servido con alegría a esta chica, la mortal que había capturado mi corazón, hasta que el último aliento abandonara mi cuerpo.Pero el destino es un amante cruel, y al final, nuestros caminos fueron forzados a separarse, como había temido que lo fueran"
Author: Julie Kagawa
25. "Presidents do not go into war lightly. It's a tremendous responsibility in making decisions, and I know Bush must deeply believe this is the only course."
Author: Julie Nixon Eisenhower
26. "If you take Darwin's theory and extend it to its logical end, it can be used to justify a number of very horrendous things."
Author: Kirk Cameron
27. "—Así que, si me ayudas, es solo por temor a represalias. —Le doy la espalda, vuelvo a echarme en la cama, dispuesta a seguir durmiendo, y le resumo en una palabra lo que pienso de él—: Cabrón."
Author: Laura Gallego García
28. "For 40 years, I put my body through a tremendous amount of work."
Author: Lee Majors
29. "Adam wasn't certain what came first with Blue--her treating the boys as friends, or them all becoming friends. It seemed to Adam that this circular way to build relationships required a healthy amount of self-confidence to undertake. And it was a strange sort of magic that it felt like she'd always been hunting for Glendower with them."
Author: Maggie Stiefvater
30. "El ex-marino lo tranquilizó: «Lo entiendo perfectamente, Roger. Dios tiene sus procedimientos. Desasosiega, inquieta, nos empuja a buscar. Hasta que un día todo se ilumina y ahí está Él. Le ocurrirá, ya verá.»"
Author: Mario Vargas Llosa
31. "? ??????: ???: ??? ?????? ??????????????????? ?? ??? ???? ???: ??????????"Oh, The Creator of this universe reverentially,I meditate upon your extreme splendour devotedly,Do lead me from darkness to light illuminatingly,Destroy my sins, show me the right path constantly."- 397 -"
Author: Munindra Misra
32. "Al margen de lo que la vida le depare a cada uno, era estupendo tener un buen amigo."
Author: Nicolas Barreau
33. "TÚ NO NECESITAS A NADIE para ser feliz. Si no eres feliz siendo quien eres hoy, ahorita, en este momento, entonces haz algo al respecto para serlo. Porque antes que puedas ir en busca de ayudar a otros, tienes que ayudarte a ti mismo."
Author: Paul Andreas Wunderlich
34. "Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan had tremendous influence on generations of American because, even if people disagreed with them, they admired them because they made very strong commitments to things they believed in."
Author: Phil Crane
35. "The room where I am lodging is stupendous. Thank God I am as fit as a fiddle."
Author: Pietro Mascagni
36. "For the record, the vuvuzela is not my enemy — and I even have, for reasons of self-defence installed a mini-vuvu with surprisingly powerful performance levels around my neck — though I miss hearing the crescendo of noise from the crowd that should accompany a promising attack on goal or a goal itself. Instead, of course, there is the monotone drone — a constant that belies the ebbs and flows of a game."
Author: Richard Calland
37. "La strada non presaDue strade divergevano in un bosco d'autunnoe dispiaciuto di non poterle percorrere entrambe,essendo un solo viaggiatore, a lungo indugiaifissandone una, più lontano che potevofin dove si perdeva tra i cespugli.Poi presi l'altra, che era buona ugualmentee aveva forse l'aspetto miglioreperché era erbosa e meno calpestatasebbene il passaggio le avesse rese quasi uguali.Ed entrambe quella mattina erano ricoperte di foglieche nessun passo aveva anneritooh, mi riservai la prima per un altro giornoanche se, sapendo che una strada conduce verso un'altra,dubitavo che sarei mai tornato indietro.Lo racconterò con un sospiroda qualche parte tra molti anni:due strade divergevano in un bosco ed io -io presi la meno battuta,e questo ha fatto tutta la differenza."
Author: Robert Frost
38. "Is it? Because that picture of me was taken by my old school's yearbook club, and they put it in the section titled 'STUDENT FAILSAUCES! XD.What's an XD?A sideways laughing face of horrendous proportions. Don't change the subject."
Author: Sara Wolf
39. "I shrug and smile amiably the way you do when you're in a foreign country and have no idea what anyone is saying, so you end up grinning and nodding your way into a three-way with a henna vendor and a camel."
Author: Sarah Bird
40. "• "I go running. It gives me a better perspective on my problems and helps me find solutions." • "I allow myself one hour to feel sorry for myself and I cry." • "I take a bath, read my journal, and sleep." • "I play ball." • "I lift weights to release the endorphins." • "Helping others helps you forget about your own problems." • "I just get out of the house."
Author: Sean Covey
41. "Nella nostra concezione moderna del mondo ?concezione scientifica non ancora definitivamente conclusa? la superstizione è un po' fuori luogo; mentre era ammessa nella concezione di epoche prescientifiche, poiché ne era un complemento logico.Aveva dunque relativamente ragione l'antico Romano, che rinunciava ad un progetto importante perché il volo degli uccelli era sfavorevole; agiva in modo conforme alle sue premesse. E se rinunciava al suo progetto perché aveva inciampato sulla soglia della sua porta, si rivelava superiore a noi increduli, si rivelava miglior psicologo di noi. Il fatto d'inciampare denotava l'esistenza di un dubbio, di un'opposizione interiore a questo progetto, la cui forza poteva annullare quella della sua intenzione al momento della realizzazione. In effetti si può essere sicuri del successo completo solo quando tutte le energie psichiche tendono al fine desiderato."
Author: Sigmund Freud
42. "Truly, to tell lies is not honorable;but when the truth entails tremendous ruin,to speak dishonorably is pardonable."
Author: Sophocles
43. "Are you sleeping with anyone?" The question was asked so casually it took a second to process what he'd said. I inhaled sharply. "Why is that any business of yours?" He looked at me and I saw what I'd seen the first time we'd met—tremendous power and steely control. Both of which had me taking an involuntary step back. Again. At least I didn't fall this time; I was making progress. "Because I want to fuck you, Eva. I need to know what's standing in my way, if anything."
Author: Sylvia Day
44. "Quando raccolgo le mie ginocchia, a letto, divento la versione adulta del miofeto. Quando distendo le mie ginocchia, a letto, divento la versione giovane del miocadavere."
Author: Tiziano Scarpa
45. "In many college English courses the words "myth" and "symbol" are given a tremendous charge of significance. You just ain't no good unless you can see a symbol hiding, like a scared gerbil, under every page. And in many creative writing course the little beasts multiply, the place swarms with them. What does this Mean? What does that Symbolize? What is the Underlying Mythos? Kids come lurching out of such courses with a brain full of gerbils. And they sit down and write a lot of empty pomposity, under the impression that that's how Melville did it."
Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
46. "It takes tremendous will to compete in any athletic endeavor, so it meant going to bed early and getting my homework done in advance. I had to sacrifice things, like a social life, to be a skater at 15. But I loved skating so much that it was worth everything to me."
Author: Vera Wang
47. "I think of winter, which is nothing but a rift in the firmament through which the winds break loose, the shreds of cloud over the hilltops in the new blue of the morning -- and dew-drops, those false pearls, and frost, that beauty powder, and mankind in disarray and events out of joint, and so many spots on the sun and so many craters in the moon and so much wretchedness everywhere -- when I think of all this I can't help feeling that God is not rich. He has the appearance of riches, certainly, but I can feel his embarrassment. He gives us a revolution the way a bankrupt merchant gives a ball. We must not judge any god by appearances. I see a shoddy universe beyond that splendour of the sky. Creation itself is bankrupt, and that's why I'm a malcontent."
Author: Victor Hugo
48. "The first and last weakness of his life, before him again. For a moment he felt himself blinded by his own memories; his own remembrances of the wits and wiles of Marian Halcombe that would steal into his thoughts; the sound of her laughter at his outrageous tales, the shadowed glance of distrust, the way her eyebrows would raise ever so slightly despite her resolution to seem disinterested in his foreign insights. She was the first woman he ventured to have complete equality in matching his tremendous cleverness."
Author: Wilkie Collins
49. "Quando l'ombra del telaio si disegnò sulle tendine era tra le sette e le otto del mattino, e fui di nuovo dentro il tempo, sentendo il ticchettio dell'orologio. Era quello del nonno e quando me lo diede il babbo disse: Quentin, eccoti il mausoleo di ogni speranza e desiderio; è molto probabile, purtroppo, che te ne serva anche tu per ottenere il reducto absurdum di ogni umana esperienza, che non farà per i tuoi bisogni individuali più di quanto fece per i suoi o per quelli di suo padre. Non te lo do perché tu possa ricordarti del tempo, ma perché ogni tanto tu possa dimenticarlo per un attimo e non sprecare tutto il tuo fiato nel tentativo di vincerlo. Perché, disse, le battaglie non si vincono mai. Non si combattono nemmeno. L'uomo scopre, sul campo, solo la sua follia e disperazione, e la vittoria è un'illusione dei filosofi e degli stolti."
Author: William Faulkner
50. "I get a lot that people have a hard time believing that I'm a nerd... but I grew up with a Nintendo controller in my hand."
Author: Zachary Levi

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Author: Arturo Pérez Reverte

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