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1. "I fireballed him as he was seeking out treasure after we wiped out a band of orcs, playing rock-paper-scissors with each orc to determine who would prevail in combat. This is a lot more exciting than it sounds.It's quite civilized, and a little weird. You go running after someone through the woods, catch up with him, bare your teeth, and sit down to play a little roshambo."
Author: Cory Doctorow
2. "You look concerned," Roshaun said from behind her. Dairine scowled over her shoulder at him. "The whole universe is in danger," she said, "and we're not sure how to save it, assuming it can be saved. One of the Powers That Be has stuffed secret messages into my brain without telling me. And a friend of mine who happens to be my wizard's manual is being reprogrammed with software that even these guys haven't had time to beta test! Wow, Roshaun, why would I need to be concerned?" Roshaun glanced at the ground. Another chair appeared for him, a slight distance from Dairine's. He lowered himself into it, stretching out his legs with a sigh. "Sarcasm," he said, "Amusing, if ineffective."
Author: Diane Duane
3. "It was the Arch-votary, with its patterned shell. Slowly, it approached; those massive claws raised…The Arch-votary stopped, looming up before them. "Evil ones," it said, "enemies of the Great One, come and be judged." Roshaun raised his head and gave the Arch-votary an inexpressibly haughty look. "Killed, perhaps," he said, "But your dark Master has neither authority nor right to judge us. Therefore, stand away, lackey, and keep silent in the presence of your betters."
Author: Diane Duane
4. "You do have the idea of being ‘just good friends?'" He gave her a sideways look. "For so high and honorable an estate," Roshaun said, " ‘just' seems a poor modifier to choose."
Author: Diane Duane
5. "Nita drank her tea, watching Roshaun read while he maneuvered the lollipop from one side of his mouth to the other. The bulge it produced looked very out of place against his otherwise flawless facial structure. Roshaun felt Nita's gaze resting on him, and looked up. "What?" Nita controlled her smile. "The lollipop…" "What about it?" "I hate to say this, but you're kind of spoiling your grandeur." "What grandeur he has," Dairine remarked. "Kings are made no less noble by eating," Roshaun said. "Rather, they ennoble what they eat." "Wow, who sold you that one?" Nita said."
Author: Diane Duane
6. "Mwachie mwanao urithi wa kutosha ili aweze kufanya kitu, lakini si urithi wa kutosha ili asiweze kufanya kitu."
Author: Enock Maregesi
7. "Imani ni nia ya kujua kisichoweza kujulikana na hupeleka watu kwenye ukweli. Kuamini hupotosha, na ni nia ya kudharau kinachoweza kujulikana."
Author: Enock Maregesi
8. "Kisi ko apni zindagi k poshidah goshay dikha kar ye kehna k ' daikho men ne tm par aitabar kiya hai...meray aitabar ko totnay na daina' uske toheen aur tazleel karny k matradif hai...men samjhta hon k insan ya to kise par aitabar kary nahi...aur agr kary to phr pora aitabar kary...ye kch aitabar aur kch bay aitabari wali kefiat dono fareqon k lye takleef dah hoti hai."
Author: Farhat Ishtiaq
9. "Mosca had come armed with a rich pack of lies, ready to pick whichever seemed to suit Goshawk's mood best. Under the wintry draught of his gaze, however, she felt most of them wither away in her hands."
Author: Frances Hardinge
10. "Alyosha was certain that no one in the whole world ever would want to hurt him, and what is more, he knew that no one could hurt him. This was for him an axiom, assumed once and for all without question. And he went his way without hesitation, relying on it."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
11. "Never trust a woman's tears, Alyosha. I am never for the woman in such cases. I am always on the side of the men."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
12. "Alyosha said to himself: "I can't give two roubles instead of 'all,' and only go to mass instead of 'following Him."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
13. "It's magnificent, Alyosha, this science! A new man's arising-that I understand.... And yet I am sorry to lose God!"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
14. "I want to travel in Europe, Alyosha, I shall set off from here. And yet I know that I am only going to a graveyard, but it's a most precious graveyard, that's what it is! Precious are the dead that lie there, every stone over them speaks of such burning life in the past, of such passionate faith in their work, their truth, their struggle and their science, that I know I shall fall on the ground and kiss those stones and weep over them; though I'm convinced in my heart that it's long been nothing but a graveyard."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
15. "Imagine that you are creating a fabric of human destiny with the object of making men happy in the end, giving them peace and rest at last, but that it was essential and inevitable to torture to death only one tiny creature - that baby beating its breast with its fist, for instance - and to found that edifice on its unavenged tears: would you consent to be the architect on those conditions? Tell me, and tell me the truth!""No, I wouldn't consent," said Alyosha softly.The Brothers KaramazovIvan to Alyosha, Book V - Pro and Contra, Chapter 4 - Rebellion"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
16. "Oh! in his rapture he was weeping even over those stars, which were shining to him from the abyss of space, and "he was not ashamed of that ecstasy." There seemed to be threads from all those innumerable worlds of God, linking his soul to them, and it was trembling all over "in contact with other worlds." He longed to forgive everyone and for everything, and to beg forgiveness. Oh, not for himself, but for all men, for all and for everything. "And others are praying for me too," echoed again in his soul. But with every instant he felt clearly and, as it were, tangibly, that something firm and unshakable as that vault of heaven had entered into his soul. It was as though some idea had seized the sovereignty of his mind -- and it was for all his life and for ever and ever. He had fallen on the earth a weak boy, but he rose up a resolute champion, and he knew and felt it suddenly at the very moment of his ecstasy. And never, never, his life long, could Alyosha forget that minute."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
17. "- You take evil for good. It's a passing crisis. It's the result of your illness, perhaps.- You do despise me! It's simply that I don't want to do good, I want to do evil, and it has nothing to do with illness.- Why do evil?- So that everything will be destroyed. Oh, how nice it would be if everything were destroyed! You know, Alyosha, I sometimes think of doing a lot of harm. I would do it for a long while secretly and then suddenly everyone would find out. Everyone will stand around and point their fingers at me and I will look at them all. That would be awfully nice."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
18. "No, I can't admit it. Brother,' said Alyosha suddenly, with flashing eyes, 'you said just now, is there a being in the whole world who would have the right to forgive and could firgive? But there is a Being and He can forgive everything, all and for all, because He gave His innocent blood for all and everything. You have forgotten Him, and on Him is built the edifice, and it is to Him they cry aloud, "Thou art just, O Lord, for Thy ways are revealed!"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
19. "While there is still time, I hasten to protect myself, and so I renounce the higher harmony altogether. It's not worth the tears of that one tortured child who beat itself on the breast with its little fist and prayed in its stinking outhouse, with its unexpiated tears to 'dear, kind God'! It's not worth it, because those tears are unatoned for. They must be atoned for, or there can be no harmony... I don't want harmony. From love for humanity I don't want it. I would rather be left with the unavenged suffering. I would rather remain with my unavenged suffering and unsatisfied indignation, even if I were wrong. Besides, too high a price is asked for harmony; it's beyond our means to pay so much to enter on it. And so I hasten to give back my entrance ticket, and if I am an honest man I am bound to give it back as soon as possible. And that I am doing. It's not God that I don't accept, Alyosha, only I most respectfully return him the ticket."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
20. "Rebellion? I don't like hearing such a word from you," Ivan said with feeling. "One cannot live by rebellion, and I want to live. Tell me straight out, I call on you--answer me: imagine that you yourself are building the edifice of human destiny with the object of making people happy in the finale, of giving them peace and rest at last, but for that you must inevitably and unavoidably torture just one tiny creature, that same child who was beating her chest with her little fist, and raise your edifice on the foundation of her unrequited tears--would you agree to be the architect on such conditions? Tell me the truth.""No, I would not agree," Alyosha said softly."And can you admit the idea that the people for whom you are building would agree to accept their happiness on the unjustified blood of a tortured child, and having accepted it, to remain forever happy?""No, I cannot admit it."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
21. "Alyosha brought with him something his father had never known before: a complete absence of contempt for him and a consistent kindness, a perfectly natural, unaffected devotion to the old man who deserved so little."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
22. "Alyosha-Bob and I have an interesting hobby that we indulge whenever possible. We think of ourselves as The Gentlemen Who Like To Rap. Our oeuvre stretches from the old school jams of Ice Cube, Ice-T, and Public Enemy to the sensuous contemporary rhythyms of ghetto tech, a hybrid of Miami bass, Chicago ghetto tracks, and Detroit electronica. The modern reader may be familiar with 'Ass-N-Titties' by DJ Assault, perhaps the seminal work of the genre"
Author: Gary Shteyngart
23. "...my longing was for Russia...Not Soviet Russia. But nineteenth-century Russia, the Russia of Dostoevsky's saintly prostitutes and Alyosha; of Tolstoy's Pierre; and Aksionov, the sufferer in "God Sees the Truth But Waits." A country where the characters in books were allowed to ask one another the questions: How must I live to be happy? What is goodness? Why does man suffer? What is to be done?"
Author: Guy Vanderhaeghe
24. "Voshak's hair, a pale blond braid, which he bleached, was his trademark. It made him memorable. That's how the slavers operated. They adopted costumes and personas, trying to make themselves larger-than-life and hoping to inspire fear. They counted on that fear. One could fight a man, but nobody could fight a nightmare."
Author: Ilona Andrews
25. "In the half darkness I winked to my other self, my mad dictator, and congratulated him on his droll victory. I closed my eyes and felt the warmth flowing from Shosha's head to my face. What did I have to lose? Nothing more than what everyone loses anyway."
Author: Isaac Bashevis Singer
26. "A gyerekek rengeteg örömmel járnak, meg minden, ahogy mondani szokták, de nagy szívfájdalommal is, folyton-folyvást, és attól tartok, ez akkor sincs másképp, ha felnonek; de ezt már nem szokták mondani. Látjuk, hogy bizonytalanok valamiben, és ez fáj. Látjuk bennük a jó szándékot, hogy segíteni akarnak, és ki akarják venni a részüket valamibol, de nem tehetik, és ez is fáj. Fáj a derujük, az egyszeru kis tréfáik és az átlátszó hazugságaik, a csalódásaik és az illúzióik, a reményeik és az apró baklövéseik, az ártatlanságuk, az értetlenségük, a tiszta, logikus kérdéseik, sot még az esetleges rossz gondolataik is. Fáj, ha belegondolunk, mennyit kell még tanulniuk, hogy milyen hosszú út áll még elottük, amit senki nem taposhat ki helyettük, még ha évszázadok óta ezt tesszük is, mert értelmetlennek véljük, hogy mindenkinek a nulláról kelljen kezdenie. Ugyan mi értelme mindenkinek ugyanazokon a kellemetlenségeken és felismeréseken átesnie, örökkön-örökké?"
Author: Javier Marías
27. "OSHA had come in and looked at the channel 5 studios and it sort of had something to do with wrestling, but they found that there were some safety concerns that had to be addressed."
Author: Jerry Lawler
28. "But if we're going to kill them all, we might as well make an occasion of it."Toshak shrugged. "Do as you wish," he said. "Occasion or not, as long as they're all dead, I'm happy."
Author: John Flanagan
29. "You should have left him to wander," Svengal said coldly. Erak looked at him, eyebrows raised."Would you?" he asked, and Svengal hesitated. At the end, Toshak had fought well and that counted for a lot of Skandians."No," he admitted."
Author: John Flanagan
30. "Als hätte es noch eines Beweises bedurft, dass wird das geduldigste unter den Völkern der Welt sind – oder boshaft und medizinisch ausgedrückt: ein masochistisches. Wie in der Geschichte Berlins Absolutismus und Korruption, Tyrannei und Spekulation, Prügelstrafe und Bodenwucher, Grausamkeit und Gewinnsucht, Maskerade einer harten Korrektheit und windiger Schacher Schulter an Schulter Fundamente graben und Straßen bauen, und wie also aus Unkenntnis, Geschmacklosigkeit, Unglück, Bosheit und nur in selten günstigem Zufall die Hauptstadt des Deutschen Reiches entsteht, erzählt in fesselnder Weise Werner Hegemanns Buch ‚Das steinerne Berlin'."
Author: Joseph Roth
31. "Para leer en forma interrogativaHas vistoverdaderamente has vistola nieve los astros los pasos afelpados de la brisaHas tocadode verdad has tocadoel plato el pan la cara de esa mujer que tanto amasHas vividocomo un golpe en la frenteel instante el jadeo la caída la fugaHas sabidocon cada poro de la piel sabidoque tus ojos tus manos tu sexo tu blando corazónhabía que tirarloshabía que llorarloshabía que inventarlos otra vez."
Author: Julio Cortázar
32. "The sun rose over south park one layer at a timefrost turning pastures into tundra heavy fog haloing the mountain in mysterykenosha pass a silent threshold at dawn"
Author: Kate Mullane Robertson
33. "Disquite SonnetI wish that I could find the words to tellYou were it hurts; nothing breaking my skinSlices whispering in my brain like hellLeaking suggestions of a morose grinCannot collect my thoughts long enough toShare them in an understandable waySo I lock my lips firmly and walk throughLife, searching for the perfect words to sayTrapped in my head, I seek to be let outGrasping connections with those who might knowWhat it feels like, alone in a crowd, doubtFilling my body with reasons to goFace to face, I might not find the right phraseBut I hope someone hears me anyway"
Author: Kathy Trithardt
34. "The library serves as a gathering place for friends whoshare the love of books. It further serves as a resource for those who escape the pressure of everydaylife, doing it by losing themselves in the written word."
Author: Kristen Ashley
35. "There is aerated ink caked in the air vents from the printing presses that shake the whole building when they run. Some reporters have ink in their veins. The Sun-Times staff have ink in their lungs. Once in a while someone will complain to OSHA."
Author: Lauren Beukes
36. "Boshafte Wahrheiten sind nur dann gut, wenn kein Fremder sie liest."
Author: Mikhail Sholokhov
37. "Porque es así y vale para todos: nunca sabremos por qué irritamos a la gente, qué es lo que nos hace simpáticos, qué es lo que noshace ridículos; nuestra propia imagen es para nosotros nuestro mayor misterio"
Author: Milan Kundera
38. "I like Hrithik Roshan and Shahid Kapoor. They are amazing and very hard working when it comes to dance."
Author: Mithun Chakraborty
39. "Y vuelta y vueltaa tanta terca tuercapara entregarse entero o de tres cuartosharto ya de mitadesy de cuartosal entrevero exhausto de los lechos deshechoso darse noche y día sin descanso contra todos los nervios del misteriodel más alláde acá"
Author: Oliverio Girondo
40. "Jumping Jehoshaphat. O Holy Night."
Author: Patricia Briggs
41. "Toshaway had been right: you had to love others more than you loved your own body, otherwise you would be destroyed, whether from the inside or out, it didn't matter. You could butcher and pillage but as long as you did it for people you loved, it never mattered."
Author: Philipp Meyer
42. "One day a few houses appeared," said Toshaway. "Someone had been cutting the trees. Of course we did not mind, in the same way you would not mind if someone came into your family home, disposed of your belongings, and moved in their own family. But perhaps, I don't know. Perhaps white people are different. Perhaps a Texan, if someone stole his house, he would say: 'Oh, I have made a mistake, I have built this house, but I guess you like it also so you may have it, along with all this good land that feeds my family. I am but a kahuu, little mouse. Please allow me to tell you where my ancestors lie, so you may dig them up and plunder their graves.' Do you think that is what he would say, Tiehteti-taibo?"That was my name. I shook my head."That's right," said Toshaway. "He would kill the men who had stolen his house. He would tell them, 'Itsa nu kahni. Now I will cut out your heart."
Author: Philipp Meyer
43. "A racist notion found in neoshamanic circles is placing high value on indigenous wisdom but not on indigenous people."
Author: S. Kelley Harrell
44. "A peculiarity of the nature of your mind is that, in contrast to your physical constitution (dosha) that is fixed from birth, it can be altered through discrimination and choice."
Author: Sebastian Pole
45. "These vessels are out of sight, out of mind. They are exempt from minimum-wage requirements, from Coast Guard inspections, OSHA regulations and other safety laws."
Author: Steve Finley
46. "BEFORE CRITICIZING A WOMAN'S BODY, MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE NO LESS THAN SALMAN KHAN, HRITHIK ROSHAN OR BRAD PITT."
Author: Upasana Banerjee
47. "Desafiaré al vacíoSacudiré la nada con blasfemias y gritosHasta que caiga un rayo de castigo ansiadoTrayendo a mis tinieblas el clima del paraíso."
Author: Vicente Huidobro
48. "Reluctant hero, drafted again each Fourthof July, I'll bow and remember you. Whoshall we follow next? Who shall we killnext time?"
Author: William Edgar Stafford
49. "N-no-o, all that excitement, it wouldn't reach us,' Timosha spoke gloomily. 'We're like the sunken city of Kitezh, living at the bottom of the lake. We do not hear a thing, and the water over us is muddy and sleepy. And on the surface, way above - why, everything's in flames, and the alarms are ringing.' ("A Provincial Tale")"
Author: Yevgeny Zamyatin

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