[Cyborg Writing Must Not Be About The Fall, The Imagination Of A Once-upon-a-time Wholeness Before Language, Before Writing, Before Man. Cyborg Writing Is About The Power To Survive, Not On The Basis Of Original Innocence, But On The Basis Of Seizing The Tools To Mark The World That Marked Them As Other.]

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"He asks, in a softer voice, "Does your arm still hurt?"You touch it with your hand. The big ache is gone, leaving only the little, underneath ache that will gather and swell against the bone. The blood leaks out of the vein where he grabbed you. But you say, "Its better now."

Haley Fisher Quotes

"Hey Cara," Crispin Calaway says. "Just wanted to drop these off for you. You need to get cracking on your chemistry studying if you want to understand the class." He sets a notebook down in front of me.I pull it toward me with one finger, as if its diseased. "Who says I want to understand the class?" I mutter."Thats the spirit," he tells me pleasantly."

Kitty Carlisle Quotes

"So I got caught up in the same wave as everybody else and went right out to Hollywood, to make movies."

Raekwon Quotes

"I still wanted to see the family come back to life. And when that didnt transpire from the music, it kinda made me feel like I was bein taken advantage of. I thought, when people heard 8 Diagrams, theyd be like, Oh, Wu-Tang is a wrap now - theyve lost it. And I know that we didnt lose it."

Alvin Dark Quotes

"Any pitcher who throws at a batter and deliberately tries to hit him is a communist."

Henry Stevens Quotes

"Books are both our luxuries and our daily bread."

Bradley Quotes

"It is to these two discoveries by Bradley that we owe the exactness of modern astronomy. .... This double service assures to their discoverer the most distinguished place (after Hipparchus and Kepler) above the greatest astronomers of all ages and all countries."

Lowell Nelson Quotes

"So often, we had the tendency of saying, theyre the problem. No, theyre not the problem. Our heart is the problem. they are just there to show me what is in my heart. They dont put those things in my heart. They dont put the wrath, the bitterness in my heart. Those things are already there. They are the vessels God uses to to release what is in my heart so that I am aware of how black my heart really is."

Artemisia Gentileschi Quotes

"My illustrious lordship, Ill show you what a woman can do."

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"Solution to a Problem can only be found when you want to get Rid of it."

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Quotes About Giving Freely

"I was born to love - but none of you wanted to believe it, and that misunderstanding was crucial in forming my character. Its true that nature was strangely inconsistent in giving me a warm heart, but also a face that was like a stone mask and a tongue that was heavy and slow. She refused me what she bestowed freely on even the most loutish of my fellow men. . . . People judged my inner character by my outer covering, and like a sterile fruit, I withered under the rough husk I couldnt slough off." - Author: George Sand

Quotes About Vox

"vox populi, vox deorum" - Author: Terry Pratchett

Quotes About Itiveness

"We see entrepreneurship and small businesses and supply chains as a critical part of the economic growth and competitiveness agenda." - Author: Karen Mills

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Quotes About Borges Argentina

"I am told that César Aira writes two books a year, at least, some of which are published by a little Argentinean company named Beatriz Viterbo, after the character in Borgess story "The Aleph." The books of his that I have been able to find were published by Mondadori and and Tusquets Argentina. Its frustrating, because once youve started reading Aira, you dont want to stop. His novels seem to put the theories of Gombrowicz into practice, except, and the difference is fundamental, that Gombrowicz was the abbot of a luxurious imaginary monastery, while Aira is a nun or novice among the Discalced Carmelites of the Word. Sometimes he is reminiscent of Roussel (Roussel on his knees in a bath red with blood), but the only living writer to whom he can be compared is Barcelonas Enrique Vila-Matas. Aira is an eccentric, but he is also one of the three or four best writers working in Spanish today." - Author: Roberto Bolaño

Quotes About 342

"Her eyes are wide and steady beneath the brim of her floppy cap. How far out of infancy do we lose this gaze, with its utter absence of expectation or prejudice? What is it like to simply see what is before you, without the skew of context?p 342" - Author: Michael Perry

Quotes About Unconditionally

"If God is love (1 John 4:7) but intended Christs atoning death to be the propitiation for only certain people so only they have any chance of being saved, then love has no intelligible meaning when referring to God. All Christians agree that God is love. But believers in limited atonement must interpret Gods love as somehow compatible with God unconditionally selecting some people to eternal torment in hell when He could save them (because election to salvation and thus salvation itself is unconditional)." - Author: Roger E. Olson

Quotes About Pedro In Like Water For Chocolate

"I wash with the can of water I set aside the night before, and eat whatever I put next to it. The washing is not strictly neccessary but, again, I have always found it a good way to greet the day. You wash after a period pf work, after all, and what else is a night of sleep, if not work, or a journey at least? ("The Things He Said")" - Author: Michael Marshall Smith

Quotes About Gaza

"I would like Israel to be a Jewish state, and therefore not to annex over 2 million Palestinians who live in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip to Israel, which will make Israel a bi-national state." - Author: Yitzhak Rabin

Quotes About Utopian

"The great hatred of capitalism in the hearts of the oppressed, ancient and modern, I think, stems not merely from the ensuing vast inequality in wealth, and the often unfair and arbitrary nature of who profits and who suffers, but from the silent acknowledgement that under a free market economy the many victims of the greed of the few are still better off than those under the utopian socialism of the well-intended. It is a hard thing for the poor to acknowledge benefits from their rich moral inferiors who never so intended it. (p.272)" - Author: Victor Davis Hanson