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1. "Comprendí que la luz del sol es despiadada, son las sombras las que nos protegen"
Author: Antonio Santa Ana
2. "Después de todo ¿por qué era necesario amar a un ser humano? Nunca duraba mucho. Había demasiadas diferencias entre cada individuo, y lo que empezaba siendo amor acababa siempre en guerra despiadada"
Author: Charles Bukowski
3. "Salió a la gris luz y se quedó allí de pie y fugazmente vio la verdad absoluta del mundo. El frío y despiado girar de la tierra intestada. Oscuridad implacable. Los perros ciegos del sol en su carrera. El aplastante vacío negro del universo. Y en alguna parte dos animales perseguidos temblando como zorros escondidos en su madriguera. Tiempo prestado y mundo prestado y ojos prestados con que llorarlo."
Author: Cormac McCarthy
4. "La adicción es típica en todas las historias de amor basadas en el encaprichamiento.Al llegar al destino final del amor caprichoso: la más absoluta y despiadada devaluación del propio ser."
Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
5. "I mean, I have done scenes with animals, with owls, with bats, with cats, with special effects, with thespians, in the freezing cold, in the pouring rain, boiling hot; I've done press with every syndication, every country; I've done interviews with people dressed up as cows - there's honestly nothing that's gonna intimidate me!"
Author: Emily Watson
6. "Apparve come una scellerata con la presunzione di contrapporsi ad un potere che tutto stritola, sì, ma perdona anche ogni peccato e solleva da ogni responsabilità, e compresi che questa era la vera ragione con cui la folla era stata indotta a rinunciare alla libertà e ad arrendersi al male, perché colpa ed espiazione esistono soltanto nella libertà"
Author: Friedrich Dürrenmatt
7. "El comedor y la biblioteca de mis recuerdos eran ahora, derribada la pared medianera, una sola gran pieza desmantelada, con uno que otro mueble. No trataré de describirlos, porque no estoy seguro de haberlos visto, pese a la despiadada luz blanca. Me explicaré. Para ver una cosa hay que comprenderla. El sillón presupone el cuerpo humano, sus articulaciones y partes; las tijeras, el acto de cortar. ¿Qué decir de una lámpara o de un vehículo? El salvaje no puede percibir la biblia del misionero; el pasajero no ve el mismo cordaje que los hombres de a bordo. Si viéramos realmente el universo, tal vez lo entenderíamos. "Extracto del relato THERE ARE MORE THINGS"
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
8. "I really must tell you, I have never been a thespian.'Harriet waved this off like a gnat. 'That is what is so wonderful about my plays. Anyone can enjoy himself.'...'I am *not* playing a frog.' His eyes narrowed wickedly. 'Unless you [Anne] do, too.''There is only one frog in the play,' Harriet said blithely.'But isn't the title The Marsh of the Frogs?' he asked, even though he should have known better. 'Plural?' Good Lord, the entire conversation was making him dizzy.'That's the irony,' Harriet said, and Daniel managed to stop himself just before he asked her what she meant by that (because it fulfilled no definition of irony *he'd* ever heard)."
Author: Julia Quinn
9. "I subscribe to that school of thespian - to be a wandering minstrel or traveling player, a thing ofrags and patches, of ballads, songs and snatches."
Author: Julian Sands
10. "Los más jóvenes subieron para espiar a esas extrañas criaturas. Sentían, como yo, una mezcla de curiosidad y odio. Eran los depredadores, lo que todo lo torcían, los creadores de rectas, los devoradores de bosques. Pero también eran los que interpretaban canciones, los que esculpían la piedra para extraer formas bellas; eran quienes creaban historias que emocionaban y ayudaban a reflexionar. Y algunos de ellos podían vernos. Incluso había quienes traspasaban la sutil frontera de la magie, y podían usarla, mejorarla, convertirla en poderosa herramienta o temible arma. Eran capaces de la peor destrucción y de la evolución más fabulosa."
Author: Leo Batic
11. "Of course, it'll be up to you to convince Ridgecrest that Sespian is the candidate he wants to side with," Amaranthe said."Me," Sicarius stated at the same time as Maldynado asked, "Him?""You three. As a group.""That'll be a unique conversation," Yara said."
Author: Lindsay Buroker
12. "Sicarius padded toward the exit, his soft black boots silent on the tile floor. He paused in the doorway and glanced at the backs of the two older men. The emperor emitted a nervous chuckle. "You trained him too well, Hollow. The man bothers me." "He is loyal." "I know. You did a good job. I ought to give you Sespian to work with. The boy is disappointing." "He does seem soft," Hollowcrest said. "Did you hear that scream? I would've been fascinated by severed heads at that age." "You're fascinated with them now, Sire.""True enough." They shared a laugh and headed for the door. Sicarius slipped away before they noticed him."
Author: Lindsay Buroker
13. "I didn't faint, I passed out in a manly way," Sespian muttered."
Author: Lindsay Buroker
14. "Sespian opened his mouth, paused, closed it, then shook his head ruefully. "It's very easy to be drawn into what you're saying, and I catch myself wanting to nod and agree. Maybe I should take notes on your technique."Amaranthe blushed and felt like she should stutter an apology, but she hadn't done anything to be embarrassed about, had she?"It's her eyes", Sicarius said, startling her..Yara glanced over her shoulder at him, apparently, surprised to hear him speak, but soon turned her attention back to the tracks. She seemed to be believe she should remain silent for the discussion.Sespian scratched his jaw. "Yes, maybe so. They're like a doe's. Warm and earnest and...""Wholesome. Sicarius's eyes glinted, and Amaranthe scowled at him."
Author: Lindsay Buroker
15. "My litmus test of compatibility is 'Tom Cruise.' I hate people who hate Tom Cruise, cultural automatons who at the mention of his name reflexively bridle and say the diminutive thespian and Theta level Scientoligist is 'crazy' and 'a terrible actor'. They hate him because he's easy to hate. They think that despising Tom Cruise's lack of personality and supposed lack of talent is somehow a blow against the bland American Anschluss of the rest of the planet. Tom Cruise may indeed be the Christopher Columbus of the twentieth century, sent off by the kings of Hollywood to prove the new world of International Box Office isn't flat and to find a direct route into the Asian market, but the decline of everything isn't his fault; he's just a cinematic explorer and a damn fine actor. And hating him doesn't make you seditious- it makes you complicit."
Author: Paul Beatty
16. "La fuerza es tan despiadada con quien la posee como con quien la sufre: a este lo aplasta, al primero lo envenena."
Author: Paul Hoffman
17. "No se le permitió a nadie perderse el parestésico paréntesis de aquel histórico día en que los despiadados seres puros de la raza inhumana enviaban un hombre a la luna."
Author: Sally Gardner
18. "Fragmentos de céu me espiam através das folhas, um mosaico azul e verde que se altera suavemente com o vento. Fixo a vista ali e me deixo perder o foco, olhando para além das folhas e dos galhos. Um esquilo salta pesadamente, a cauda bem empinada, cruzando meu campo de visão.Water for Elephants, p.22"
Author: Sara Gruen
19. "You have never spent any time in theatrical circles, have you? So you do not know those thespian faces that can embody the features of a Julius Caesar, a Goethe and a Beethoven all in one, but whose owners, the moment they open their mouths, prove to be the most miserable ninnies under the sun."
Author: Thomas Mann
20. "Mentre piangeva, la luce si faceva finalmente intera nel suo cervello, una luce straordinaria, una luce meravigliosa e terribile al tempo stesso. La sua vita passata, il primo fallo, la lunga espiazione, il suo abbrutimento esteriore, il suo indurimento interiore, la sua scarcerazione rallegrata dai tanti piani di vendetta, ciò che gli era successo dal vescovo, l'ultima cosa che aveva fatto, quel furto di quaranta soldi a un ragazzo, delitto tanto più vile e tanto più mostruoso in quanto veniva dopo il perdono del vescovo, tutto ciò gli tornò dinanzi e gli apparve chiaramente, ma in una chiarezza mai conosciuta prima. Guardò la sua vita, e gli parve orribile; la sua anima, e gli parve spaventosa. Tuttavia sorgeva un'alba di dolcezza su quella vita e su quell'anima. Gli sembrò di vedere Satana alla luce del paradiso."
Author: Victor Hugo

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