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1. "As a young girl, I was too intent on getting to London and drama school and out of east Yorkshire to think about winning Oscars. I did win a Bafta once, and was so unprepared for it I jabbered on for a minute - a minute too long."
Author: Anna Maxwell Martin
2. "I feel like I have one foot in New York, one foot in London and one foot in India. But it's important to me to invest time with family."
Author: Archie Panjabi
3. "My background is advertising: I moved to New York from London in 1998 to start up the U.S. office of ad agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty."
Author: Cindy Gallop
4. "When insolvent, pack minimally, with a valise tough enough to be thrown onto a London pavement from a first- or second-floor window. Insist on hotel rooms no higher."
Author: David Mitchell
5. "Mr S. got angry.‘Yes, I do have a son. He's a good-for-nothing. A dead loss.'I couldn't ask which prison he was in, so I put it more tactfully: ‘What is he doing?'He sighed deeply: ‘He's a professor of mathematics at London University."
Author: George Mikes
6. "We then journeyed on to London Street, down which the tidal ditch continues its course."
Author: Henry Mayhew
7. "I worked in rep for six years, then I came to London and to the National Theatre. What's better than that?"
Author: Imelda Staunton
8. "I think Katy B encapsulates young London in a way I never could. She reps London harder than anyone song-wise since Lily Allen."
Author: Mark Ronson
9. "Oh Christ, the exhaustion of not knowing anything. It's so tiring and hard on the nerves. It really takes it out of you, not knowing anything. You're given comedy and miss all the jokes. Every hour you get weaker. Sometimes, as I sit alone in my flat in London and stare at the window, I think how dismal it is, how heavy, to watch the rain and not know why it falls."
Author: Martin Amis
10. "When Amy returned to London she told me excitedly about some of the Hispanic women she'd seen in Miami, and how she wanted to blend their look – thick eyebrows, heavy eye-liner, bright red lipstick – with her passion for the sixties ‘beehive'."
Author: Mitch Winehouse
11. "THE DAY THE SAUCERS CAME"That day, the saucer day the zombie dayThe Ragnarok and fairies day, the day the great winds cameAnd snows, and the cities turned to crystal, the dayAll plants died, plastics dissolved, the day theComputers turned, the screens telling us we would obey, the dayAngels, drunk and muddled, stumbled from the bars,And all the bells of London were sounded, the dayAnimals spoke to us in Assyrian, the Yeti day,The fluttering capes and arrival of the Time Machine day,You didn't notice any of this becauseyou were sitting in your room, not doing anythingnot even reading, not really, justlooking at your telephone,wondering if I was going to call."
Author: Neil Gaiman
12. "Our Sheffield and London homes are worth well over a million but the bank owns most of them - we are mortgaged up to the gills."
Author: Nick Clegg
13. "I mean, i was into their music and everything way before I knew what they looked like, but they had their pictures in the CD insert and when Victoria and I got it, we were both like, "Why, hellooooo there." Plus, they were British. I'm a sucker for cute boys with guitars, as you may have noticed, but throw in a London accent and I'll happily sell my soul without a second thought."
Author: Robin Benway
14. "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford."
Author: Samuel Johnson
15. "If you're a kid at a secondary comprehensive in North London as I was in the seventies, prancing around doing acting and being a luvvie wasn't really a good idea for your personal security."
Author: Steve McFadden
16. "A destiny that leads the English to the Dutch is strange enough; but one that leads from Epsom into Pennsylvania, and thence into the hills that shut in Altamont over the proud coral cry of the cock, and the soft stone smile of an angel, is touched by that dark miracle of chance which makes new magic in a dusty world.Each of us is all the sums he has not counted: subtract us into nakedness and night again, and you shall see begin in Crete four thousand years ago the love that ended yesterday in Texas.The seed of our destruction will blossom in the desert, the alexin of our cure grows by a mountain rock, and our lives are haunted by a Georgia slattern, because a London cutpurse went unhung. Each moment is the fruit of forty thousand years. The minute-winning days, like flies, buzz home to death, and every moment is a window on all time.This is a moment:"
Author: Thomas Wolfe

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