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51. "- On tylko tak glupio wyglada - potwierdzil Jaskier. - Ale caly czas licze na to, ze wreszcie zechce mu sie wytezyc mózgownice. Moze wyciagnie sluszne wnioski? Moze zrozumie, ze jedyna czynnoscia, która dobrze wychodzi samotnym, jest samogwalt?"
Author: Andrzej Sapkowski
52. "Will you oblige me then?' His voice was low and smooth, nearly whispered ...Everything froze for a moment. Even the flickering lamps seemed to pause, flames surging upward and waiting ...'No."
Author: Anne Mallory
53. "I eat gaijin for breakfast…" His words trailed off as Jilly came out of the house, in her pseudo-frock, her combat boots, her spiky hair and her young, young face. He just stared at her, motionless, as if someone had clubbed him over the head with a mallet.Jilly froze where she was, staring back at the exotic creature in black leather and bright red hair who'd invaded the garden."
Author: Anne Stuart
54. "Then take me disappearin' through the smoke rings of my mind, Down the foggy ruins of time, far past the frozen leaves, The haunted, frightened trees, out to the windy beach, Far from the twisted reach of crazy sorrow. Yes, to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving free, Silhouetted by the sea, circled by the circus sands, With all memory and fate driven deep beneath the waves, Let me forget about today until tomorrow."
Author: Bob Dylan
55. "No soy diferente, en absoluto, no soy distinta a otra mota cualquiera. Soy una imperfección imperfecta, una ruina ruinosa, unos restos manchados y tan destrozados que soy incapaz de descubrir lo que era antes.No soy nada, nada de nada"
Author: Daniel Handler
56. "For weeks, I'd been frozen, sealed-off; now, in the shower, I would turn up the water as hard as it would go and howl, silently. Everything was raw and painful and confusing and wrong and yet it was as if I'd been dragged from freezing water through a break in the ice, into sun and blazing cold."
Author: Donna Tartt
57. "Zyjac o chlebie i wodzie, przyjemnosci ciala wywoluja we mnie groze, gardze luksusowymi rozkoszami, nie ze wzgledu na nie, ale na niewygody z nimi zwiazane."
Author: Epicurus
58. "Desi este ingrozitor cand intelegi, viata se scrie in ciorna, iar noua nu ne este dat sa-i corectam paginile."
Author: Ernesto Sabato
59. "Bilo koja staza koja sužava mogucnosti u buducnosti može postati smrtonosna klopka. Ljudi ne krce sebi put kroz labirint; oni pretražuju širok horizont ispunjen jedinstvenim pojavama."
Author: Frank Herbert
60. "Pozdeji se budeme musit podrobneji zabývat faktem, že ciste duchovní ci mystická stránka katolicismu nabyla neobycejné prevahy v prvních katolických stoletích - vlivem génia svatého Augustina, který byl kdysi platonikem a snad jím nikdy neprestal být, a pusobením transcendentalismu domnelého díla Areopagitova, jakož i orientálních sklonu pozdního Imperia a jakéhosi asiatského nádechu byzantského vladarství, jež bylo témer vladarstvím veleknežským. Všechny tyto veci zatlacily to, co bychom dnes nazvali západnickým prvkem, ackoli to má stejne dobré právo být nazýváno prvkem krestanským, ježto jeho zdravý rozum jest jen svatou duverností slova ucineného telem. Bud jak bud. pro tu chvíli musí stacit, rekneme-Ii, že theologové jaksi ustrnuli v jisté platónské pýše, v držení nedotknutelných a nesdelitelných vnitrních pravd."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
61. "Despre dezvoltarea societa?ii: „Cu cât o societate ofera mai pu?ine alternative, cu atât proiectele indivizilor decurg din cele câteva proiecte ?i norme oficial recunoscute, cu cât o societate lasa loc mai pu?in loc pentru cultura îndoielii ?i pentru înva?ul dezva?ului, cu atât prostia ca încremenire în proiect câ?tiga teren ?i scleroza acelei societa?i este mai mare"
Author: Gabriel Liiceanu
62. "Lex froze. "What boy?""That boy I saw you with, before you came up to ring the bell. The windows of this house are fully functional, you know."Lex didn't even bother with a lie this time. "His name is Driggs. He's my partner.""Ah, partner. How very Law and Order.""Shut up, that's just how it works.""I see. And have you two had a romp in the hay yet, or would that upset Mr. Frizzle the rooster?"
Author: Gina Damico
63. "That cat doesn't have a lick of sense,' I said, sighing.Well, honey, he's not right in the head,' Dad said, flipping his cigarette into the front yard.I glared at him. 'And just what do you mean by that?'Dad counted on his fingers. 'He's cross-eyed; he jumps out of trees after birds and then doesn't land on his feet; he sleeps with his head smashed up against the wall, and the tip of his tail is crooked.'Oh yeah? Well, how about this: he once got locked in a basement by evil Petey Scroggs in the middle of January and survived on snow and little frozen mice. When I'm cold at night he sleeps right on my face. Of that whole litter of kittens he came out of he's the only one left. One of his brothers didn't even have a butthole.'I stand corrected. PeeDink is a survivor."
Author: Haven Kimmel
64. "If this was the true self it was marvelous and what's more it seemed never to change but always to pick up from the last stop, to continue in the same vein, a vein I had struck when I was a child and went down in the street for the first time alone and there frozen into the dirty ice of the gutter lay a dead cat, the first time I had looked at death and grasped it. From that moment I knew what it was to be isolated: every object, every living thing and every dead thing led its independent existence. My thoughts too led to an independent existence."
Author: Henry Miller
65. "Bond sat for a moment frozen to his chair. Suddenly, there flashed unwanted into his mind that most sinister line in poetry: 'They reckon ill who leave me out. When me they fly, I am the wings."
Author: Ian Fleming
66. "To je jedan od onih dobrih daka, cednih i primernih u svemu, koji sa velikom lakocom i kao uzgred polažu sve predmete, a celo svoje iskreno i stvarno zanimanje posvecuju svojim pomalo cudljivim i nesredenim duhovnim sklonostima, izvan škole i njenog zvanicnog programa. To su oni daci vedra i jednostavna srca, ali nemirna i ljubopitljiva duha. Njima su gotovo nepoznate one teške i opasne krize culnog i osecajnog života kroz koje prolaze toliki drugi mladici njihovih godina, ali zato oni teško nalaze smirenje svojih duhovnih nemira i vrlo cesto ostaju za ceo život svaštari, zanimljivi osobenjaci, bez stalnog dela i bez odredenog pravca uopšte."
Author: Ivo Andric
67. "Like a tongue on frozen steel, like flesh in flame —"
Author: J.K. Rowling
68. "Hey Charlotte," Julianne yelled. "Hell must have frozen over!" And then in a quieter voice she added, "Charlotte was hoping it would.""What?" Colton asked.I sprinted the rest of the way to the door. As I rounded the corner I saw both Wesley and Colton in the entryway. Julianne stood in front of them transfixed, staring up at Colton with adoring eyes."Julianne, it's time for you to go to your room," I said. "Right now.""Do you really know the devil?" she asked Colton. "Have you ever been to hell?""Sometimes I think I have," he answered, glaring at me."
Author: Janette Rallison
69. "Myslisz, ze chory rozum mozna odróznic od chorej duszy? Pytam z ciekawosci. Ja mialem chore wszystko. Kazda pojedyncza komórke. Ale to juz minelo. Moze nie jestem calkiem zdrowy, ale z pewnoscia jestem uleczony."
Author: Janusz Leon Wisniewski
70. "Every sex noise can be converted into a note and frozen in a can of soda. Ask me about menstruation music today!"
Author: Jarod Kintz
71. "—No quiero saber sobre el amor.—Pero deberías, hija mía. Tienes que saber sobre el amor. Las cosas que la genteharía por amor. Todas las verdades se acaban reduciendo al amor ¿verdad? De unaforma u otra lo hacen. Sabes, hay una diferencia entre amor y necesidad. A veces, loque sientes es inmediato y sin ton ni son —se sentó un poco más recta—. Dos personasse miran desde el otro lado de una habitación o se rozan la piel. Sus almas reconocen aesa persona como suya. No hace falta tiempo para adivinarlo. El alma siempre sabe…si está bien o mal."
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
72. "How was life before Pop-Tarts, Prozac and padded playgrounds? They ate strudel, took opium and played on the grass."
Author: Jennifer Michael Hecht
73. "Dogs are dim creatures, do not speak to me of their good sense--have you ever heard of a team of tomcats hauling a sled across the frozen wastes?"
Author: John Banville
74. "Szerintem egy írónak sohasem szabad kortárs témához nyúlnia és túl konkrét színhelyet választania a történethez. Mert akkor az olvasók azonnal hibákat találnak benne. Vagy ha nem találnak, keresni fognak, és amit keresnek, azt meg is találják. Ezért szeretem a novelláimat nehezen meghatározható helyekre és sok évvel ezelottre helyezni. (…) Úgy gondolom, térben és idoben egyaránt érdemes bizonyos távolságot tartani. Szerintem egyébként is viszonylag új keletu az a nézet, hogy az irodalomnak kortárs témákról kell szólnia. Ha nem tévedek, az Íliász két-háromszáz évvel Trója eleste után íródott. Szerintem a képzelet szabadsága megkívánja, hogy térben és idoben távoli témákhoz nyúljunk, vagy ha ez nem megy, akkor a mai tudományos-fantasztikus írók módjára más bolygókra helyezzük a történetet. Mert ha nem így cselekszünk, a valóság egy kicsit mindig meg fogja kötni a kezünket. Az irodalom máris túlzottan hasonlít az újságíráshoz."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
75. "Frozen, I stood staring at him like he was a vision or something. His hair was still damp, and a few droplets glistened on his face. When he caught me, warmth burned across my cheeks."Were you just ogling me, Angel?""No, I wasn't."He chuckled. "I think you were."I whirled around and swept my hands to my hips. "Fine I was ogling you. Happy now?""Actually I am. I like it when you look at me like you want me. Like you think I'm… handsome."My brows rose in surprise. "Handsome? That doesn't sound like the way you would describe yourself."With a grin, he asked, "And just how would I describe myself?""Hmm, sexy, hot as hell, and panty melting?" I challenged as I handed him a Coke."Yeah, you're right. Those really describe me better."
Author: Katie Ashley
76. "An author's life is different, complex, and ongoing, while a character's remains frozen in one little story."
Author: Lorrie Moore
77. "O mais feroz dos animais domésticos é o relógio de parede. Conheço um que já devorou três gerações da minha família."
Author: Machado De Assis
78. "The Snow CricketJust beyond the leaves and the white facesOf the lilies,I saw the wingsOf the green snow cricketAs it went flyingFrom vine to vine,Searching, then finding a shadowed place in whichTo sing and sing…One repeatedRippling phraseBuilt of lonelinessAnd its consequences: longingAnd hope…It was tremblingWith the force of its crying out,And in truth I couldn't wait to see if another would come to itFor fear that it wouldn't,And I wouldn't be able to bear itI wished it good luck, with all my heart,And went back over the lawn, to where the lilies were standingOn their calm, cob feet,Each in the easeOf a single, waxy bodyBreathing contentedly in the chill night air;And I swear I pitied them, as I looked downinto the theater of their perfect faces-That frozen, bottomless glare."
Author: Mary Oliver
79. "Billy: Hey, this is weird. I ordered one frozen yogurt and they gave me two. You don't happen to like frozen yogurt do you?Penny: I love it!Billy: You're kidding! What a crazy, random happenstance!"
Author: Mutant Enemy/Joss Whedon
80. "Well, I only wish you may all not have your throats slit by Uygurs," Riley said in deep pessimism, giving up, after he had tried once more at dinner to persuade them to remain. . . "I will not let anyone slit your throats at all," Temeraire said, a little indignantly. "Although I would like to see an Uygur; is that a kind of dragon?""A kind of bird, I think," Granby said; Laurence was doubtful, but he did not like to contradict when he was not sure himself."Tribesmen," Tharkay said, the next morning."Oh." Temeraire was a little disappointed; he had seen people before. "That is not very exciting, but perhaps they are very fierce?" he asked hopefully."Have you enough money to buy thirty camels?" Tharkay asked Laurence, after he had finally escaped a lengthy interrogation as to the many other prospective delights of their journey, such as violent sandstorms and frozen mountain passes."
Author: Naomi Novik
81. "Fictions are merely frozen dreams, linked images with some semblance of structure. They are not to be trusted, no more than the people who create them."
Author: Neil Gaiman
82. "They lied to her Roz, I guess he paid them, too. They lied, but she knew. She heard the baby cry, and she KNEW. It drove her crazy."
Author: Nora Roberts
83. "Suddenly, from the depths of that chair emerged the biggest, meanest-looking dog Jesse had ever seen. One side of his face had suffered some disfiguring injury.The jaw hung slack and the eye on that side was missing.Jesse froze in her tracks, terrified that she might be mauled by this monstrosity of a pet. She glancedaround, looking for a stick or a rock or anything to defend herself. There was nothing close but she was afraid to move. Surely if the animal were dangerous, Floyd and Alice Fay would have said something. Jesse waited tensely for a moment before realizing the dog wasn't so much growling or barking as he was howling; loudly, purposefully howling."She don't bite," a voice called out. "She's my hillbilly alarm system, letting me know that they's strangers about."
Author: Pamela Morsi
84. "January. It was all things. And it was one thing, like a solid door. Its cold sealed the city in a gray capsule. January was moments, and January was a year. January rained the moments down, and froze them in her memory: [...]Every human action seemed to yield a magic. January was a two-faced month, jangling like jester's bells, crackling like snow crust, pure as any beginning, grim as an old man, mysteriously familiar yet unknown, like a word one can almost but not quite define."
Author: Patricia Highsmith
85. "Quinn froze. There was nothing he could do now that would not be a mistake. Whatever choice he made--and he had to make a choice--would be arbitrary, a submission to chance. Uncertainty would haunt him to the end. At that moment, the two Stillmans started on their way again. The first turned right, the second turned left. Quin craved an amoeba's body, wanting to cut himself in half and run off in two directions at once. (Chapter 7)"
Author: Paul Auster
86. "How can a society that exists on instant mashed potatoes, packaged cake mixes, frozen dinners, and instant cameras teach patience to its young?"
Author: Paul Sweeney
87. "Okay, I think it's time for another distraction" Eight says, disappearing again. He reappears by the outer circle of stones, plants his hands on an upright slab, and pushes hard. All I can do is watch in horror, frozen to the spot. The huge stone wobbles and slowly tips backwards, then the horizontal slab on top falls too, and that's when Eight starts yelling, "Help! Help! The stones are falling over! Stonehenge is falling down!" I will kill him. I clench my fists at my side, which is when I realize I still have a small rock in my hand. I lean down and carefully, pointlessly, return it to its spot."
Author: Pittacus Lore
88. "A moze, w co chetniej wierzyl Achamian, wybrancami byli ci, którzy sie wahali. Czesto myslal o tym, ze wabik falszywej pewnosci jest najbardziej narkotyczna i destrukcyjna ze wszystkich pokus. Kto czynil dobro, tkwiac w niepewnosci, czynil dobro bez obietnicy nagrody... Moze wiec samo zwatpienie bylo kluczem?To pytanie – co zrozumiale – musialo pozostac nierozstrzygniete. Jezeli szczere zwatpienie rzeczywiscie mialo byc warunkiem odkupienia, mogli go dostapic tylko ludzie nieznajacy odpowiedzi."
Author: R. Scott Bakker
89. "As a text, the Quran is more than the foundation of the Islamic religion; it is the source of Arabic grammar. It is to Arabic what Homer is to Greek, what Chaucer is to English: a snapshot of an evolving language, frozen forever in time"
Author: Reza Aslan
90. "Roza. You forgot my first lesson: Don't hesitate."- Dimitri Belikov (Blood Promise)"
Author: Richelle Mead
91. "Did you mean it... that if Victor did tell...that you'd..." I couldn't finish. I couldn't bring myself to say the words have him killed."I don't have much influence in the upper levels of Moroi royalty, but I have plenty among the guardians who handle the dirty work in our world.""You didn't answer the question. If you'd really do it.""I'd do a lot of things to protect you, Roza."
Author: Richelle Mead
92. "You need to evade every influence that tends to keep you frozen in the past."
Author: Rob Brezsny
93. "The to Cathal was battered and only one wagon wide, with swells of hard earth where mud had frozen during cold ad rainy seasons. Enna tripped often, and cursed each time she tripped, until Dasha said, "Enna, you might watch your language." Enna grimaced. "I was. You should hear my thoughts."
Author: Shannon Hale
94. "Yes, contractions can be intense,' Noura continues. 'But your bodies are designed to handle it. And what you must remember is, it's a positive pain. I'm sure you'll both agree?' She looks over at Mum and Janice.POSITIVE?' Janice looks up, horrified. 'Ooh, no, dear. Mine was agony. 24 hours in the cruel summer heat. I wouldn't wish it on any of you poor girls.'But there are natural methods you can use,' Noura puts in quickly. 'I'm sure you found that rocking and changing position helped with the contractions.I wouldn't have said so,' Mum says kindly.Or a warm bath?' Noura suggets, smile tightening.A bath? Dear, when you're gripped by agony and wanting to die, a bath doesn't really help!'As I glance around the room I can see that all the girls' faces have frozen. Most of the mens' too."
Author: Sophie Kinsella
95. "Beside me, Edward leaned foward intently, his eyes locked on the brawl. Then Emmett froze.Jasper had him from behind, his teeth and inch from his throat.Emmett cussed."
Author: Stephenie Meyer
96. "I can see the first apple teetering when I let the third arrow go, catching the torn flap and ripping it from the bag. For a moment, everything seems frozen in time. Then the apples spill to the ground and I'm blown backward into the air."
Author: Suzanne Collins
97. "I longed to be able to gather my whole life-force into a single impulse, and transmit it to her and blow into her frozen remains the fire that was consuming me."
Author: Théophile Gautier
98. "Existe una raza de hombres inadaptados, de hombres que no pueden parar ni establecerse, hombres que destrozan el corazón de quien se acerque a ellos y que vagan por el mundo a la ventura...Recorren la tierra, remontan los ríos, escalan de la montaña las cimas más altas, llevan en sí la maldición de la sangre gitana y no saben lo que quiere decir descansar. Si no se movieran de una misma senda llegarían lejos: fuertes son, valientes y sinceros. Pero acaban cansándose siempre de todas las cosas y sólo adoran lo extraño y lo nuevo."
Author: Truman Capote
99. "Beauty was not everything. Beauty had this penalty — it came too readily, came too completely. It stilled life — froze it."
Author: Virginia Woolf
100. "Pete Rozelle used television to get the game to the American public by creating the Super Bowl and making it the biggest sporting event in the world."
Author: Will McDonough

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