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With a book you can read the same paragraph four times. You can go back to page 21 when you're on page 300. You can't do that with film. It just charges ahead. ~ Jonathan Lethem
Ladenburger Book quotes by Jonathan Lethem
Dr. Barazon had maintained that Elfriede would not have needed to provide an Aryan cover for the real author of Ali and Nino, because the book contract was signed in April 1937, almost a full year before the Nazi Anschluss of Austria. ~ Tom Reiss
Ladenburger Book quotes by Tom Reiss
This story has been in my heart for a long time. These are human stories that hopefully shift the paradigm about how we think about power, authority and relationships. My book is truly one of fiction, but no one ever writes in a vacuum. We write what we know. As they say, art imitates life, and is often larger than life. Hence, my metafictional work was, of course, inspired by my career in the eccentric Reality TV world. We all know reality television is not real, but what it does provide is a wonderful platform to understand essential themes about identity, in all people. ~ Jay Manuel
Ladenburger Book quotes by Jay Manuel
She was too tired to feel anything more, she wanted a book to do to her what books did: take away the world, slide it aside for a little bit, and let her please, please just be somewhere and somebody else ~ Lev Grossman
Ladenburger Book quotes by Lev Grossman
Gather up your telegrams
Your faded pictures, best laid plans
Books and postcards, 45's
Every sunset in the sky
Carry with you maps and string, flashlights
Friends who make you sing
And stars to help you find your place
Music, hope and amazing grace
Maybe what we leave
Is nothing but a tangled little mystery
Maybe what we take
Is nothing that has ever had a name ~ Mary Chapin Carpenter
Ladenburger Book quotes by Mary Chapin Carpenter
I'm not most people. I have no patience for those who can't execute a plan with elegance. ~ David Iserson
Ladenburger Book quotes by David Iserson
Exposing students to lots of books and positive reading experiences while building a network of other readers who support each other provides students with tools that last beyond the classroom setting. ~ Donalyn Miller
Ladenburger Book quotes by Donalyn Miller
I do think, where would kids be if it weren't for you and for the good pediatricians, and for the good parents? I passionately believe in sitting a child on your lap and tracing the lines of the book with your finger, and they can read before they know they can, if you bother enough. I did it with my kids, and they're doing it with their kids now. ~ Julie Andrews
Ladenburger Book quotes by Julie Andrews
When I was a baby child, they put the jinx on me. It was in my drink and food and milk. And when I ran, it heavied in my bones and when I sang, it stopped up my throat and when I loved, it let from me, hot and poisonous. I saw it in my daddy, the hard lines of his face, that uneasy lope - how in his years he didn't lift his feet, but slid them, soles across this gritted earth. It settled in my mama, trembled her voice and blanked her eyes. My brother, Billy, locked it inside him and it carried him low into that deep earth, silting then into the river and dew and air, in the moths and bee catchers, borne skyward and, as will be, lowed again, into earth again. It's dusking. There goes the sun. There goes sky and cloud and light, taken into that black horizon. And I know I am bad crossed. I see its line. It reaches up, arcs. It cuts through me. It draws me on and dogs me down to that place where I am bound. And when it is I borne down, my eyes and mouth stitched with gut, when they take my balls and brain and heart, and that deeper black claims me wholly, then let me meet that sumbitch at his eye, for I know my name's been writ - Robert Lee Chatham - in his Book. ~ Bill Cheng
Ladenburger Book quotes by Bill Cheng
Salman Rushdie said, "A book is a version of the world. If you do not like it, ignore it; or offer your own version in return."
So if someone tells me I've written something that's historically inaccurate, I can just tell them, "Salman Rushdie said I could." ~ Veronica Bale
Ladenburger Book quotes by Veronica Bale
And they write innumerable books; being too vain and distracted for silence: seeking every one after his own elevation, and dodging his emptiness. ~ T. S. Eliot
Ladenburger Book quotes by T. S. Eliot
A theme in a lot of my books - and in my own life - is making choices that you feel you should make, or what society wants you to make, as opposed to what is truly right for you. ~ Emily Giffin
Ladenburger Book quotes by Emily Giffin
A book may not tell us exactly how to live our own lives, but our own lives can teach us how to read a book. ~ Rebecca Mead
Ladenburger Book quotes by Rebecca Mead
When I'm really into a novel, I'm seeing the world differently during that time - not just for the hour or so in the day when I get to read. I'm actually walking around in a haze, spellbound by the book and looking at everything through a different prism. ~ Colin Firth
Ladenburger Book quotes by Colin Firth
They came down from the avenue of the stars... they spoke the magical language of the stars in the heavens... Yes, their sign is our certainty that they came from the heavens... and when they come down from the heavens again they will create new order among their creation of long ago. ~ Chilam Balam Book Of Tizimin
Ladenburger Book quotes by Chilam Balam Book Of Tizimin
I can honestly say that every gift I've ever given has brought at least as much happiness to me as it has to the person I've given it to. I give as I feel. Throughout the year, that may mean mailing a handwritten note to someone who didn't expect it. Or sending a great new lotion I just discovered, or delivering a book of poetry with a pretty bow. It doesn't matter what the thing is; what matters is how much of yourself goes into the giving, so that when the gift is gone, the spirit of you lingers. My ~ Oprah Winfrey
Ladenburger Book quotes by Oprah Winfrey
I'm trying to convey to my audience that you really can't judge a book by its cover, and there's more to the universe than you can see with your eyes. ~ Adam Lambert
Ladenburger Book quotes by Adam Lambert
God is light and God is love, and when you put those two together you get fire. Fire is both light and warmth. As someone has well pointed out, fire will destroy what it cannot purify, but it purifies what it cannot destroy. That is the whole explanation of life in this present hour. We are passing through fire which is designed either to destroy that which can be destroyed, or to purify that which can never be destroyed. God is leading us through these trials and through the difficulties of our day, in order that we may learn to cry with old Job, back there in the oldest book of the Bible, He knoweth the way that I take: when he hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold (Job 23:10). ~ Ray C. Stedman
Ladenburger Book quotes by Ray C. Stedman
It's easy to sell good news like this, and the authors confidently rely on classic fallacious arguments. They argue by declaration, which is what makes the books so amusing. In matter-of-fact, authoritative tones, the authors tell us how plants and human beings exchange energy - or they describe what angels look like, whether or how they're sexed, how they communicate with human beings, and how they differ from ghosts. Readers might be expected to wonder, How do they know? ~ Wendy Kaminer
Ladenburger Book quotes by Wendy Kaminer
Reading the Book of Mormon is one of the greatest persuaders to get men on missions. ~ Ezra Taft Benson
Ladenburger Book quotes by Ezra Taft Benson
The ECK books are simply to show people how to go inside themselves, into the pureness of their heart, where they can get answers directly from the Inner Master about things of a spiritual nature, insights to help them in their life. ~ Harold Klemp
Ladenburger Book quotes by Harold Klemp
Always, with any movie that I do, I have a book of ideas that I've heard, or seen, or whatever, and I always try to incorporate it in the film. ~ Adrian Lyne
Ladenburger Book quotes by Adrian Lyne
'Undertones of War' by Edmund Blunden seems to get less attention than the memoirs of Siegfried Sassoon and Robert Graves, but it is a great book. ~ Pat Barker
Ladenburger Book quotes by Pat Barker
All the world knows me in my book, and my book in me. ~ Michel De Montaigne
Ladenburger Book quotes by Michel De Montaigne
There's ALWAYS a book. ~ Cleolinda Jones
Ladenburger Book quotes by Cleolinda Jones
We were fifteen then, and I'd wanted to kiss him.
I was one day from twenty-eight now, and I wanted to devour him. ~ Kelly Siskind
Ladenburger Book quotes by Kelly Siskind
On the other side of that big-ass mirror, a video camera was watching us. In about ten seconds, it was going to start spitting static at itself, and everything it saw was going to break up into a fuzzy, gray-white wash, rolling up and down, that wouldn't be admissible as evidence on Judge Judy. Those missing frames would last a little less than a quarter of a minute, consolidate themselves back
into a semblance of reality, and then I would theoretically go walking right back out of here.
Between now and that moment, there stretched an infinite ocean of potential
time. Time enough to walk around the world. Time enough to fall in love, get
married on a white beach under purple stars, write a book of poems about
truest passion, have a few good and bloody screaming matches, get divorced in a court of autumn elves and gypsy moths, then set the ink-stained, tear-streaked pages of your text ablaze. ~ Clinton Boomer
Ladenburger Book quotes by Clinton Boomer
Somewhere there is a book that says you ought to cry buckets of tears over yourself and love yourself with a passion and wrap your arms around yourself; only then will you be happy and free. That's a good book. ~ Joanna Russ
Ladenburger Book quotes by Joanna Russ
I'm telling you, writing the book is easy. The after part will break your back. Not to mention your heart. ~ Suzy Soro
Ladenburger Book quotes by Suzy Soro
There is this value in books, that they enable us to converse with the dead. There is something in this beyond the mere intrinsic worth of what they have left us. ~ Egerton Brydges
Ladenburger Book quotes by Egerton Brydges
'Fast Food Nation' appeared as an article in 'Rolling Stone' before it was a book, so I was extending it from the article, and by that time, everyone could read the article. ~ Eric Schlosser
Ladenburger Book quotes by Eric Schlosser
Love changes everything. Or is it trust? ~ Ophelia Callens
Ladenburger Book quotes by Ophelia Callens
When I was a young boy, I loved spending hours in St. Franics Xavier's school library at Saint Louis University. The feel of the books in my hands and the magical new worlds I discovered always drew me back to that fantastic place. Each time I visited, I could expect to find a new adventure and from time to time use my imagination to revisit my favorite place and enjoy Green Eggs and Ham in a house, with a mouse, on a train, on a plane, in a box, with a fox ... ~ William Lacy Clay, Jr.
Ladenburger Book quotes by William Lacy Clay, Jr.
How do you know? How do you know you're a real boy? You might be a story in a book," Ahimsa challenged. "That's it! You're a Jack-in-the-Book and only pop out when the pages are opened," he scoffed. ~ Jacqueline Edgington
Ladenburger Book quotes by Jacqueline Edgington
A first novel of astonishing force, craft and beauty, The Headmaster's Wager conjures up a dizzyingly evocative wartime Saigon in the story of Percival Chen, a Chinese schoolmaster in Vietnam. This extraordinary book made me weep. Read it. ~ Janice Y.K. Lee
Ladenburger Book quotes by Janice Y.K. Lee
Who shall blame him? Who will not secretly rejoice when the hero puts his armour off, and halts by the window and gazes at his wife and son, who, very distant at first, gradually come closer and closer, till lips and book and head are clearly before him, though still lovely and unfamiliar from the intensity of his isolation and the waste of ages and the perishing of the stars, and finally putting his pipe in his pocket and bending his magnificent head before her - who will blame him if he does homage to the beauty of the world? ~ Virginia Woolf
Ladenburger Book quotes by Virginia Woolf
And what kind of sick and twisted impulse would cause a professional sportswriter to deliver a sermon from the Book of Revelations off his hotel balcony on the dawn of Super Sunday? I had not planned a sermon for that morning. I had not even planned to be in Houston, for that matter ... . But now, looking back on that outburst, I see a certain inevitability about it. Probably it was a crazed and futile effort to somehow explain the extremely twisted nature of my relationship with God, Nixon and the National Football League: The three had long since become inseparable in my mind, a sort of unholy trinity that had caused me more trouble and personal anguish in the past few months than Ron Ziegler, Hubert Humphrey and Peter Sheridan all together had caused me in a year on the campaign trail. ~ Hunter S. Thompson
Ladenburger Book quotes by Hunter S. Thompson
That is what a book is: a million little things, a thousand feelings, hundreds of experiences, all melted together and sculpted into a book-shaped vessel. ~ Beth Revis
Ladenburger Book quotes by Beth Revis
When in many dissections, carried out as opportunity offered upon living animals, I first addressed my mind to seeing how I could discover the function and offices of the heart's movement in animals through the use of my own eyes instead of through the books and writings of others, I kept finding the matter so truly hard and beset with difficulties that I all but thought, with Fracastoro, that the heart's movement had been understood by God alone. ~ William Harvey
Ladenburger Book quotes by William Harvey
When you jump onto the emptiness of the loneliness, the best parachute to land you safely will be the books! ~ Mehmet Murat Ildan
Ladenburger Book quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
If a book told you something when you were fifteen, it will tell you it again when you're fifty, though you may understand it so differently that it seems you're reading a whole new book. ~ Ursula K. Le Guin
Ladenburger Book quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
To live fully your well-read life -at any age- it is essential to take your selection of books seriously. When you drift from book to book, you're lulled into thinking that this lack of focus is right and natural - but it's as wrong as can be. Some serendipity in your reading is delightful, but if you wanted to build a house, would you wait for the materials to assemble themselves? - Steve Leveen ~ Pat Williams
Ladenburger Book quotes by Pat Williams
All I've done is give you a book," she said. "You have to have the courage to learn what's inside it. ~ Homer Hickam
Ladenburger Book quotes by Homer Hickam
It is all, as usual, paradox. I have to use what intellect I have in order to write books, but I write the kind of books I do in order that I may try to set down glimpses of things that are on the other side of the intellect. We do not go around and discard the intellect, but we must go through and beyond it. ~ Madeleine L'Engle
Ladenburger Book quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
No matter how much a man may study, reflect and meditate on all the books in the world, he is nothing more than a minor scribe unless he has read the great book. ~ Denis Diderot
Ladenburger Book quotes by Denis Diderot
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