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"Eu vivia à base de fotossíntese: arrancava o néctar dos teus lábios aos beijos e captava o brilho atencioso do teu olhar para em meu coração adivinhar um morno amor de um empuxo que me mantinha suspenso sobre o próprio cataclisma." - Author: Filipe Russo

Quotes About Galsworthy

"Ever since the days when such formidable mediocrities as Galsworthy, Dreiser, Tagore, Maxim Gorky, Romain Rolland and Thomas Mann were being accepted as geniuses, I have been perplexed and amused by fabricated notions about so-called "great books." That, for instance, Manns asinine "Death in Venice," or Pasternaks melodramatic, vilely written "Dr. Zhivago," or Faulkners corn-cobby chronicles can be considered "masterpieces" or at least what journalists term "great books," is to me the sort of absurd delusion as when a hypnotized person makes love to a chair. My greatest masterpieces of twentieth century prose are, in this order: Joyces "Ulysses"; Kafkas "Transformation"; Belys "St. Petersburg," and the first half of Prousts fairy tale, "In Search of Lost Time." - Author: Vladimir Nabokov

Quotes About Molloy

"SAIORSEFrom Saiorse, a name of Irish origin,Meaning freedomFaces problems head onAdmired for its originality, dedicated to worthy causesA kind and generous fridgeIt always stands firm for its principlesIt does not have to get its own way alwaysOthers think it is an extremely clever fridgeFrom Matt Molloys PubMay 20th 1997" - Author: Tony Hawks

Quotes About Tangerine By Edward Bloor

"Prince Edward confirmed the sentence; but he was reflecting deeply and beginning silently to form views as to how a man destined to great responsibilities should behave. To listen before speaking, to inform yourself before judging, to understand before deciding, and to remember always that there were to be found in every man the springs both of the highest as well as the lowest actions: these, for a sovereign, were the first steps towards wisdom." - Author: Maurice Druon

Quotes About Random Acts Of Love

"What do people think of when they talk about their lives? Do they really see them as an integral whole, as a chronological sequence of events; as something logical, purposeful, completed? What moments do they remember, and how do they remember them? As words? As a series of images and sounds? My life crumbles into a series of pictures, unconnected scenes which comes to mind only occassionally and at random. But there are key events, the acts of chance or fate, which later enable me to construct a logical whole of my life. One such moment was meeting Jose. The other was my decision to see our love through to the very end." - Author: Slavenka Drakulić

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"A close, daily intimacy between two people has to be paid for: it requires a great deal of experience of life, logic, and warmth of heart on both sides to enjoy each others good qualities without being irritated by each others shortcomings and blaming each other for them." - Author: Ivan Goncharov

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"A critical assumption is sometimes made that [Grisham, Clancey, Crichton & myself] have access to some mystical vulgate that other (and often better) writers cannot find or will not deign to use. I doubt if this is true. Nor do I believe the contention of some popular novelists... that thier success is based on literary merit -- that the public understands true greatness in ways the tight-a**ed, consumed-by-jealousy literary establishment cannot. This idea is ridiculous, a product of vanity and insecurity." - Author: Stephen King

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"If theres a child on the south side of Chicago who cant read, that matters to me, even if its not my child. If theres a senior citizen somewhere who cant pay for their prescription, who has to choose between medicine and the rent, that makes my life poorer - even if its not my grandparent. If theres an Arab-American or Mexican-American family being rounded up by John Ashcroft without benefit of an attorney or due process, I know that that threatens my civil liberties. And I dont have to be a woman to be concerned that the Supreme Court is trying to take away a womans right, because I know that my rights are next. It is that fundamental belief - I am my brothers keeper, I am my sisters keeper - that makes this country work." - Author: Barack Obama

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"When any of our faculties retainsa strong impression of delight or pain,the soul will wholly concentrate on that,neglecting any other power it has;and thus, when something seenor heard secures the soul in stringent grip,time moves and yet we do not notice it." - Author: Dante Alighieri