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1. "Jacinta never told Penelope that she loved her. The nurse knew that those who really love, love in silence, with deeds and not with words."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
2. "Incluso ella comprendía que no bastaba con aquello, que cada minuto que Penélope y Julián pasaban juntos les unía más. Hace tiempo que el aya había aprendido a reconocer en sus miradas el desafío y la arrogancia del deseo: una voluntad ciega de ser descubiertos, de que su secreto fuera un escándalo a voces y ya no tuvieran que ocultarse en rincones y desvanes para amarse a tientas. A veces, cuando Jacinta acudía a arropar a Penélope, la muchacha se deshacía en lagrimas y le confesaba sus deseos de huir con Julián, de tomar el primer tren y escapar a donde nadie les conociese."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
3. "Jacinta nunca le dijo a Penélope que la quería. El aya sabía que quien quiere de verdad quiere en silencio, con hechos y nunca con palabras."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
4. "Malick to Jacin: "There is no trade anymore, you're not nothing, you didn't kill Caidi, you're going to be the most beautiful-dangerous Incendiary the gods have ever seen, and I fucking love you. Deal with it."
Author: Carole Cummings
5. "..love was destined and would strike as true as unexpected lightning on a clear day or never come at all." -Jacinta, with love"
Author: Dean Francis Alfar
6. "You are tired,(I think)Of the always puzzle of living and doing;And so am I.Come with me, then,And we'll leave it far and far away—(Only you and I, understand!)You have played,(I think)And broke the toys you were fondest of,And are a little tired now;Tired of things that break, and—Just tired.So am I.But I come with a dream in my eyes tonight,And knock with a rose at the hopeless gate of your heart—Open to me!For I will show you the places Nobody knows,And, if you like,The perfect places of Sleep.Ah, come with me!I'll blow you that wonderful bubble, the moon,That floats forever and a day;I'll sing you the jacinth songOf the probable stars;I will attempt the unstartled steppes of dream,Until I find the Only Flower,Which shall keep (I think) your little heartWhile the moon comes out of the sea."
Author: E.E. Cummings
7. "Jacinto começou a mostrar claramente, escancaradamente, ao seu Zé Fernandes, o tédio de que a existência o saturava. O seu cuidado realmente e o seu esforço consistiram então em sondar e formular esse tédio — na esperança de o vencer logo que lhe conhecesse bem a origem e a potência. E o meu pobre Jacinto reproduziu a comédia pouco divertida dum Melancólico que perpetuamente raciocina a sua Melancolia."
Author: Eça De Queirós
8. "Don Jacinto did not reply; perhaps he understood that there was no measure for love of country except in sacrifice, and why ask the poor for more sacrifices? It was the comfortable, the rich like himself--although Istak did not put it this way--who should express it with their wealth. The poor had only their lives to give.-Istak"
Author: F. Sionil José
9. "Nothing like poetry when you lie awake at night. It keeps the old brain limber. It washes away the mud and sand that keeps on blocking up the bends.Like waves to make the pebbles dance on my old floors. And turn them into rubies and jacinths; or at any rate, good imitations."
Author: Joyce Cary
10. "En casa del Jacinto hay un sillón para morirse."
Author: Julio Cortázar
11. "See? Injustice. Here we are, risking our lives to rescue Kai and this whole planet, and Adri and Pearl get to go to the royal wedding. I'm disgusted. I hope they spill soy sauce on their fancy dresses."Jacin's concern turned fast to annoyance. "Your ship has some messed-up priorities, you know that?""Iko. My name is Iko. If you don't stop calling me the ‘ship,' I am going to make sure you never have hot water during your showers again, do you understand me?""Yeah, hold that thought while I go disable the speaker system.""What? You can't mute me. Cinder!"
Author: Marissa Meyer
12. "Not doing pictures these days?" Jacin muttered as they hurried through the shop. "How very Lunar of you." Cinder glared against the sudden, burning sunlight. "Very wanted criminal of me too."
Author: Marissa Meyer
13. "Tapping a finger against the flesh of her elbow, she deadpanned, "Jacin Clay, there is an assassin under my bed."
Author: Marissa Meyer
14. "So what's the deal with you and my sister?" He laughs shortly and rubs the back of his neck like something is there, tickling, tapping. "Tamra." Clutching the dashboard, I turn and glare at her. "There is no deal."She snorts. "Well, we wouldn't be sitting here if that was the case now, would we?"I open my mouth to demand she end the interrogation when Will's voice stops me. "I like your sister. A lot."I look at him dumbly. He looks at me, lowers his voice to say, "I like you."I know that, I guess, but heat still crawls over my face. I swing forward in my seat, cross my arms over my chest and stare straight ahead. Can't stop shivering. Can't speak. My throat hurts too much. "Jacinda," he says. "I think you've shocked her," Tamra offers, then sighs."
Author: Sophie Jordan
15. "Holding a hand over my eyes, I look up at him. "Thanks, I'm glad were...friends." I say the word friends deliberately, letting the emphasis get my point across. His mouth curves with a slow smile. "I've never wanted to be your friend, Jacinda." My heart stutters in my chest. Standing in the pouring rain, I watch him walk away."
Author: Sophie Jordan
16. "Jacinda,Sorry, but I had to leave town for a farm thing. Try not to knock any other teachers unconscious while I'm gone.See you soon (but not soon enough),Will"
Author: Sophie Jordan
17. "Jacinda nearly manifested at school today," Tamra tattles in that singsong voice of whiny kids everywhere. It reminds me of when I would take her dolls and give them haircuts."
Author: Sophie Jordan
18. "Jacinda, join us. We're grilling on the back deck.""Dad, I don't think-""I would love that," I lie. Eating with Will's dad ranks right up there with having my teeth drilled, but I have to get inside."
Author: Sophie Jordan

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This is surely the most significant of the elements that Tolkien brought to fantasy.... his arranged marriage between the Elder Edda and "The Wind in the Willows"--big Icelandic romance and small-scale, cozy English children's book. The story told by "The Lord of the Rings" is essentially what would happen if Mole and Ratty got drafted into the Nibelungenlied."
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