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1. "The web will not be the container of our cosmopolitan past, like a book, because it is not a book and will never be a book, in spite of the endless gadgets and guises invented to force it into that role."
Author: Alberto Manguel
2. "I feel about lending a book the way most fathers feel about their daughters living with a man out of wedlock."
Author: Anatole Broyard
3. "One of the convenient things about literature is that, despite copyrights [...] a book belongs to the reader as well as to the writer."
Author: Anne Fadiman
4. "When each one of us become an active and living book of lessons for those who see our examples, the boundaries of religious interpretation will give way to the new era of brotherhood and peace we're waiting for."
Author: Chico Xavier
5. "I will not write a lame follow-up. It could take me 20 years. But I will never turn in a book that I'm not happy with."
Author: Dan Brown
6. "Le monde est oval. On apprend l'eau par la soif, et la terre par le voyage en mer; la passion par les affres, et la paix par les récits de guerre; l'amour par la mort, et les oiseaux par l'hiver."
Author: Emily Dickinson
7. "« Il y aurait hypocrisie ou naïveté à croire que la loi est faite pour tout le monde au nom de tout le monde ; qu'il est plus prudent de reconnaître qu'elle est faite pour quelques-uns et qu'elle porte sur d'autres; qu'en principe elle oblige tous les citoyens, mais qu'elle s'adresse principalement aux classes les plus nombreuses et les moins éclairées »"
8. "A lot of the ways of advertising a book - the cover, whether somebody sees it on a subway or sees it in a bookstore - those things are going to rapidly diminish as we move to an electronic model."
Author: Gary Shteyngart
9. "Ce n'est pas la première fois que je remarque combien, en France particulièrement, les mots ont plus d'empire que les idées."("It's not the first time I've noticed how much more power words have than ideas, particularly in France.")"
Author: George Sand
10. "Every book is three books, after all; the one the writer intended, the one the reader expected, and the one that casts its shadow when the first two meet by moonlight."
Author: John M. Ford
11. "C'est cela l'exil, l'étranger, cette inexorable observation de l'existence telle qu'elle est vraiment pendant ces quelques heures, lucides, exceptionnelles dans la trame du temps humain, où les habitudes du pays précédent vous abandonnent, sans que les autres, les nouvelles, vous aient encore suffisamment abruti."
Author: Louis Ferdinand Céline
12. "Someone I flattered in a book pretends he owes me nothing. Oh the trash I have for friends.- Martial (40 AD - 104 AD), Epigram V, xxxvi"
Author: Marcus Valerius Martialis
13. "I'm addicted to email, but other than that, there are practical things - being able to buy a book on the internet that you can't find in your local bookshop. This could be a lifeline if you live further from the sources."
Author: Marilyn Hacker
14. "Las más bellas morales humanas están todas fundadas sobre la idea de que es preciso luchar y sufrir para purificarse, elevarse y perfeccionarse; pero ninguna trata de explicar por qué es necesario empezar de nuevo sin cesar. ¿Dónde va, pues, en qué abismos infinitos se pierde, desde eternidades sin límites, lo que se ha elevado en nosotros y no ha dejado vestigios? ¿Por qué si el Anima Mundi es soberanamente sabia ha querido estas luchas y estos sufrimientos que jamás han llegado y que, por consecuencia, jamás llegarán al fin? ¿Por qué no haber puesto, al primer esfuerzo, todas las cosas al punto de perfección a que nosotros creemos que tienden? ¿Por qué es preciso merecer su dicha? Pero ¿qué méritos pueden tener los que luchan o sufren mejor que sus hermanos, puesto que la fuerza o la virtud que les anima no la tienen más que porque un poder exterior la ha puesto en ellos más propiciamente que en otros?"
Author: Maurice Maeterlinck
15. "Pueden ordenar a la Luna que se vuelva azul, pero no por eso cambiará de color. Escucha,Ender, los comandantes tienen la autoridad que tú les permitas tener. Cuanto más obedeces, más poder tienen sobre ti."
Author: Orson Scott Card
16. "Une rose seule, c'est toutes les roseset celle-ci: l'irremplaçable,le parfait, le souple vocableencadré par le texte des choses.Comment jamais dire sans ellece que furent nos espérances,et les tendres intermittences,dans la partance continuelle."
Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
17. "Not many years before the Happening, one of your country's largest religious bodies officially declared that their book was holier than their God, thus simultaneously and corporately breaking several commandments of their own religion, particularly the first one. Of course they liked the book better! It was full of magic and contradictions that they could quote to reinforce their bigoted and hateful opinions, as I well know, for I chose many parts of it from among the scrolls and epistles that were lying around in caves here and there. They're correct that a god picked out the material; they just have the wrong god doing it.(The small god in Ch. 44)"
Author: Sheri S. Tepper
18. "It's a rare book that wins the battle against drooping eyelids."
Author: Tracy Chevalier
19. "The last book I read was the book I've been rereading most of my life, The Fountainhead."
Author: Vince Vaughn
20. "The book was thick and red. It was almost thicker than it was wide, a thickness that somehow enhanced its bookishness. It was - to me aged 12 - quite clearly more of a book than most, if not all, of the paperbacks untidily stacked on the shelves of my father's study."
Author: Will Self

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