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1. "All the word's indeed a page and we must loudly tear it."
Author: Adam Levin
2. "At one magical instant in your early childhood, the page of a book—that string of confused, alien ciphers—shivered into meaning. Words spoke to you, gave up their secrets; at that moment, whole universes opened. You became, irrevocably, a reader."
Author: Alberto Manguel
3. "Não é a lua que lá vai macilenta: é o relâmpago que passa e ri de escárnio às agonias do povo que morrem aos soluços que seguem as mortualhas do cólera."
Author: Álvares De Azevedo
4. "I paused, folding the top corner of the page to keep my place. My dad used to wince every time he saw me do that, but I think books should be loved to pieces. They should be as worn and soft as flannel.""Chapter 2 Christabel, page 24"
Author: Alyxandra Harvey
5. "As for suspense, I like to write books that draw you into the hero's plight from the opening pages, where people put their lives on the line for something - a belief, a family member, the truth."
Author: Andrew Gross
6. "The writer's object should be to hold the reader's attention. I want the reader to turn the page and keep on turning until the end. This is accomplished only when the narrative moves steadily ahead, not when it comes to a weary standstill, overloaded with every item uncovered in the research."
Author: Barbara W. Tuchman
7. "I mean, the human race, we are a tribe, let's face it, and let's stop all this religious bullshit. I think everybody, or at least a lot of my friends, are just so exhausted with this whole self-importance of religious people. Just drop it. We're all fucking animals, so let's just make some universal tribal beat. We're pagan. Let's just march."
Author: Björk
8. "After 30 years in the theater, I'm used to having a great amount of control over what I do. But with '24', you place your character's life in the writers' hands, and you have no idea what's going to happen until you're sent the next pages."
Author: Cherry Jones
9. "It was written in London under the advancing shadow of the Second World War, and it may be that the apprehensionsof those years can be felt vibrating from time to time in its pages. The historian,concerned as he is with the most vital of all studies, is often more subject than herealizes to the electric currents of contemporary mood."
Author: Cicely Veronica Wedgwood
10. "He was to be their page, their book, the vessel for their autobiographies. A book of blood. A book made of blood. A book written in blood."
Author: Clive Barker
11. "I enjoyed history at school. I'd always had a sense of pagan England."
Author: Damon Albarn
12. "We initially targeted pager networks, which have been suffering for the last decade due to cell phone sales."
Author: David Rose
13. "Some days I'm lucky to squeeze out a page of copy that pleases me, but I get as many as six or seven pages on a very good day; the average is probably three pages."
Author: Dean Koontz
14. "I still love the sound of breaking,the tearing of the page"
Author: Dean Young
15. "Ke setiap diri di depan saya... hari ini, saya bilang...jika kamu punya impian, impian besar dan begitu bermakna, kekuatan imajinasi manusia yang luar biasa, tetapi kamu tidak sedikitpun bekerja keras, tidak sedikitpun meneteskan keringat untuk memperjuangkan impain kamu,...buat saya kamu hanyalah pembual nomor satu bagi diri kamu sendiri.juga...ke setiap diri di depan saya hari ini,saya bilang..., jangan coba-coba bekerja keras, tetapi tanpa impian, tanpa impian yang membakar diri dan benak kamu setiap hari,berkeringat,lelah,...tetapi tanpa makna, melangkah tetapi tanpa tujuan,bangun di pagi hari menyesali apa yang kamu lakukan, bekerja keras tanpa impian, buat saya...,kamu...hanyalah pembual nomor satu bagi dunia"
Author: Donny Dhirgantoro
16. "Life magazine ran a page featuring me and three other girls that was clearly the precursor of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues."
Author: Esther Williams
17. "The average pagan, like the average agnostic, would merely say that he was content with himself, but so insolently self-satisfied, that there were many better and many worse ... This proper pride does not lift the heart like the tongue of trumpets; you cannot go glad in crimson and gold for this. On the other hand, this mild rationalist modesty does not cleanse the soul with fire and make it clear like crystal; it does not (like a strict and searching humility) make a man as a little child, who can sit at the feet of the grass. It does not make him look up and see marvels ... Thus it loses both the poetry of being proud and the poetry of being humble."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
18. "The substance of all such paganism may be summarised thus. It is an attempt to reach the divine reality through the imagination alone; in its own field reason does not restrain it at all. It is vital to the view of all history that reason is something separate from religion even in the most rational of these civilisations. It is only as an afterthought, when such cults are decadent or on the defensive, that a few Neo-Platonists or a few Brahmins are found trying to rationalise them, and even then only by trying to allegorise them. But in reality the rivers of mythology and philosophy run parallel and do not mingle till they meet in the sea of Christendom."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
19. "I think my character's getting to the point where he can't even eat spaghetti with red sauce anymore, where he has horrible nightmares, he can't sleep anymore."
Author: George Eads
20. "I've never had a MySpace or a Facebook page. I avoid that entirely."
Author: Haley Joel Osment
21. "I do love secondhand books that open to the page some previous owner read oftenest. The day Hazlitt came he opened to "I hate to read new books," and I hollered "Comrade!" to whoever owned it before me."
Author: Helene Hanff
22. "Grandes mentiras têm o poder de destruir vidas. E não há borracha que apague os danos causados por elas"
Author: Iris Figueiredo
23. "The library is inhabited by spirits that come out of the pages at night."
Author: Isabel Allende
24. "It was an irresistible development of modern illustration (so largely photographic) that borders should be abandoned and the "picture" end only with the paper. This method may be suitable for for photographs; but it is altogether inappropriate for the pictures that illustrate or are inspired by fairy-stories. An enchanted forest requires a margin, even an elaborate border. To print it coterminous with the page, like a "shot" of the Rockies in Picture Post, as if it were indeed a "snap" of fairyland or a "sketch by our artist on the spot", is a folly and an abuse."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
25. "-Me has dicho que no dura, que desear ser feliz nunca dura. Así que lo que me haría sentir completa es formar parte de algo en vez de ser invisible, pero no quiero desear eso. No puede que sea tan patética para desear algo así –su voz se apaga. –No sé qué hacer.Me río. No quiero, pero no puedo evitarlo. No me extraña que no pueda saber lo que quiere, puesto que no es un auténtico deseo. Los ojos de Viola brillan de ira.-Me alegro de que te haga gracia.Suelto otra carcajada.-Bueno, es que es imposible ser una persona rota por completo. No eres más que una persona. Solo puedes existir. Solo formas parte de ti misma, tú eres la única responsable de tu felicidad o de lo que sea. Ese sentimiento de estar rota o completa no es más que un truco de la mente mortal. Los tres deseos no te harán sentir más completa de lo que eres ahora. Al menos no por mucho tiempo."
Author: Jackson Pearce
26. "Drenched in British purples, I have offered up my tones: pigeon breast, hind belly, balky mule lung, monkey bottom pink, lapis lazuli and malachite, excited nymph thigh, panther pee-pee, high-smelling hen hair, hedgehog in aspic, barrel-maker's brothel, revered rose, monkeybush, turkey-like white, sly violet, page's slipper, immaculate nun spring, unspeakable red, Ensor azure, affected yellow, mummy skull, rock-hard gray, brunt celadon, shop soiled smoke ring."
Author: James Ensor
27. "By the time these words are read, the centuries-old cedar, hemlock, and balsm of the cutblock known as Leah Block 2 will be a distant memory, long since processed into siding, two-by-fours, perhaps even the paper that has been recycled into the pages of this book."
Author: John Vaillant
28. "Conrad placed on the title page an epigraph taken from Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene:"Sleep after toyle, port after stormie seas, Ease after warre, death after life, does greatly please" This also became Conrad's epitaph."
Author: Joseph Conrad
29. "I remember," she said. "Lawrence Malley. He was an expert in security systems.""Aka Lightfinger Larry." Dan grinned. "He was also wanted in five states.""Great," Amy groaned. "I sent you to a tutorial with a crook.""It got us in here, didn't it?""I guess I'm grateful to him, then," Amy said doubtfully."Don't be," Dan said. "The first lock I opened was on your diary. Don't worry, I read two pages and fell asleep."
Author: Jude Watson
30. "Great books give you a feeling that you miss all day, until you finally get to crawl back inside those pages again."
Author: Kathryn Stockett
31. "Persephone is just a name for a spirit of beauty at a certain time in history. I'm sure we could argue a biblical place for her if it matters. Your wife has the name of that pagan goddess, but the fact remains that she's your mortal bride in the Year of Our Lord 1888- and she's Catholic, so pray for her, damn it, I don't care how confusing it is. And pray for us, to anyone. If the dead are about to flood Athens, divine goodwill couldn't hurt. Your prayers can be in Hindu, if you like. Now go home."
Author: Leanna Renee Hieber
32. "«Penso a quanto mi sento riconoscente per tutto, anche le cose brutte. Ogni notte insonne, ogni istante di solitudine, ogni volta che si è rotta la macchina, ogni gomma da masticare sulla suola, le bollette pagate in ritardo, i biglietti perdenti della lotteria, le stoviglie rotte e i toast bruciati». La sua voce è dolcissima: «Perché amore mio?»«Perché tutto è servito a portarmi fino a te»."
Author: Lisa Kleypas
33. "They used Akbar's principles to formulate a version of Islam that could peacefully co-exist with other religions (or so they claimed). An Emperor's Bequest to Islam, their joint 1,300-page doorstopper, spent twenty weeks on the New York Times bestseller list in hardcover alone. The fact that they remained practicing Muslims (albeit the liberal, wine-guzzling kind) put their message in high international demand."
Author: Manil Suri
34. "No lo entiendes, Urania. Hay muchas cosas de la Era que has llegado a entender; algunas, al principio, te parecían inextricables, pero, a fuerza de leer, escuchar, cotejar y pensar, has llegado a comprender que tantos millones de personas, machacadas por la propaganda, por la falta de información, embrutecidas por el adoctrinamiento, el aislamiento, despojadas de libre albedrío, de voluntad y hasta de curiosidad por el miedo y la práctica del servilismo y la obsecuencia, llegaran a divinizar a Trujillo. No solo a temerlo, sino a quererlo, como llegan a querer los hijos a los padres autoritarios, a convencerse de que azotes y castigos son por su bien."
Author: Mario Vargas Llosa
35. "Our world cannot be complete without you, and without hearing what you have to say. True justice cannot exist without compassion; compassion cannot exist without understanding. But no one will understand you unless you speak, and are able to speak clearly (Sister Janet to the students, page 155)."
Author: Mark Salzman
36. "Read him slowly, dear girl, you must read Kipling slowly. Watch carefully where the commas fall so you can discover the natural pauses. He is a writer who used pen and ink. He looked up from the page a lot, I believe, stared through his window and listened to birds, as most writers who are alone do. Some do not know the names of birds, though he did. Your eye is too quick and North American. Think about the speed of his pen. What an appalling, barnacled old first paragraph it is otherwise."
Author: Michael Ondaatje
37. "Violence against women in all its forms is a human rights violation. It's not something that any culture, religion or tradition propagates."
Author: Michelle Bachelet
38. "I think Illium can take care of himself." "Not if he keeps flirting with you." A fine, almost elegant tendril of heat, champagne and sunshine, decadence in the light. "Raphael's not the sharing kind."
Author: Nalini Singh
39. "Health makes good propaganda."
Author: Naomi Wolf
40. "Rumors had their own classic epidemiology. Each started with a single germinating event. Information spread from that point, mutating and interbreeding— a conical mass of threads, expanding into the future from the apex of their common birthplace. Eventually, of course, they'd wither and die; the cone would simply dissipate at its wide end, its permutations senescent and exhausted.There were exceptions, of course. Every now and then a single thread persisted, grew thick and gnarled and unkillable: conspiracy theories and urban legends, the hooks embedded in popular songs, the comforting Easter-bunny lies of religious doctrine. These were the memes: viral concepts, infections of conscious thought. Some flared and died like mayflies. Others lasted a thousand years or more, tricked billions into the endless propagation of parasitic half-truths."
Author: Peter Watts
41. "All men who read escape from something else into what lies behind the printed page..."
Author: Raymond Chandler
42. "He's a story i want to know from page one"
Author: Sara Zarr
43. "But Neve, you can't start a book and leave it halfway through,' he'd said implacably. ‘It's almost as bad as turning down the corner of the page, instead of using a bookmark."
Author: Sarra Manning
44. "I've been intrigued by 'Le Monde' ever since work took me to Paris once, and I noted that on a day when there was some huge worldwide story, the paper led its front page on some cabinet changes in Turkey. It implied a magnificent disdain for the quotidian folderol of mere news."
Author: Simon Hoggart
45. "Reporters can't douse flames or soothe burns. They have no control over the horrors they witness. But if they can overcome fear and physical obstacles and wrestle the monster to the page before the sun comes up, it's a victory -- not just for the newspaper staff but for all those sleeping soundly who will find the facts at their fingertips and all those victims whose suffering won't go unnoticed."
Author: Sue Merrell
46. "Girls you've gotta know when it's time to turn the page."
Author: Tori Amos
47. "Antisemitismus ist vom Anfang bis zum Ende das wirksamste Propagandamittel der Partei, ist die wirksamste und populärste Konkretisierung der Rassendoktrin, ja ist für die deutsche Masse mit der Rassenlehre identisch. Denn was weiß die deutsche Masse von den Gefahren der "Verniggerung", und wie weit reicht ihre persönliche Kenntnis von der behaupteten Minderwertigkeit der Ost- und Südostvölker? Aber einen Juden kennt jeder. Antisemitismus und Rassendoktrin sind für die deutsche Masse Synonyma."
Author: Victor Klemperer
48. "Life is a book. We fill the pages."
Author: Victoria Valentine
49. "O friendship, I too will press flowers between the pages of Shakespeare's sonnets!"
Author: Virginia Woolf
50. "I dreamed kind Jesus fouled the big-gun gears; and caused a permanent stoppage in all bolts; and buckled with a smile Mausers and Colts; and rusted every bayonet with His tears."
Author: Wilfred Owen

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