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Page 286 quotes by John Irving
They all had ash in their lungs and tears in their eyes. But Wells had blood on his hands. ~ Kass Morgan
Page 286 quotes by Kass Morgan
Las Vegas suggests that the thirst for places, for cities and gardens and wilderness, is unslaked, that people will still seek out the experience of wandering about in the open air to examine the architecture, the spectacles, and the stuff for sale, will still hanker after surprises and strangers. That the city as a whole is one of the most pedestrian-unfriendly places in the world suggests something of the problems to be faced, but that its attraction is a pedestrian oasis suggests the possibility of recovering the spaces in which walking is viable. ~ Rebecca Solnit
Page 286 quotes by Rebecca Solnit
Privilege is least apparent to those who have it. ~ Clarence Page
Page 286 quotes by Clarence Page
And while reason may be found within His love, no reason would be able to contain his love. […] It is possible that the evidence of His divinity lies in that love – that in light of love, miracles seem sort of unremarkable. If God can love me, the rest will follow. ~ Rich Mullins
Page 286 quotes by Rich Mullins
The interesting thing about Bettie Page that I discovered was to leave the mystery. She always retained a little mystery. Let there be some unknowns. ~ Gretchen Mol
Page 286 quotes by Gretchen Mol
I took a book - some Arabian tales; I sat down and endeavoured to read. I could make no sense of the subject; my own thoughts swam always between me and the page I had usually found fascinating. ~ Charlotte Bronte
Page 286 quotes by Charlotte Bronte
There is an enormous redundancy in every well-written book. With a well-written book I only read the right-hand page and allow my mind to work on the left-hand page. With a poorly written book I read every word. ~ Marshall McLuhan
Page 286 quotes by Marshall McLuhan
We don't need to reach the end of the road to learn that we were on the wrong road." Page 7. ~ Assegid Habtewold
Page 286 quotes by Assegid Habtewold
I like that kind of stuff. I like doing speeches. I've been lucky because I've had a lot of characters, over the years, who will have three or four page speeches. ~ Donal Logue
Page 286 quotes by Donal Logue
As proof of her faith, my mother used to carry a samll leatherette Bible when she went to the First Chinese Baptist Church every Sunday. But later, after my mother lost her faith in God, that leatherette Bible would up wedged under a too-short table leg, a way for her to correct the imbalances of life. It's been there for over twenty years.
My mother pretends that Bible isn't there. Whenever anyone asks her what it's doing there, she says, a little too loudly, "Oh, this? I forgot." But I know she sees it. My mother is not the best housekeeper in the world, and after all these years that Bigle is still clean white...
My mother, she stills pay attention to it. That Bible under the table, I know she sees it. I remember seeing her write in it before she wedged it under.
I lift the table and slide the Bible out. I put the Bible on the table, flipping quickly through the pages, because I know it's there. On the page before the New Testament begins, there's a section called "Deaths," and that's where she wrote "Bing Hsu" lightly, in erasable pencil. ~ Amy Tan
Page 286 quotes by Amy Tan
*clicks page 2 of google search results* the deep web ~ Unknown
Page 286 quotes by Unknown
Perhaps, after all, this world was made of dreams, and an old man had merely found the words for them. ~ Cornelia Funke
Page 286 quotes by Cornelia Funke
Somewhere deep in my twisted little brain is the desire to be so good at so many things that I earn the chance to be multiple people. It seems so unfair that we only get to read the choose-your-own adventure book of our lives once, that we can't pick a point and go, "Okay, this time flip to page 102 and do the rest another way. ~ Mary Laura Philpott
Page 286 quotes by Mary Laura Philpott
Only in words on a page can it still be yesterday. ~ Naomi Shihab Nye
Page 286 quotes by Naomi Shihab Nye
Reading is listening to the dead with our eyes. (page 325, Reading in the Brain, Stanislas Dehaene, 2009) ~ Francisco De Quevedo
Page 286 quotes by Francisco De Quevedo
Directing for me is the ability to take the words from a page and share my vision with the world. ~ Denzel Whitaker
Page 286 quotes by Denzel Whitaker
A person's voice can have such a powerful experience on the listener, very different from looking at the words on the page. ~ Frank Beddor
Page 286 quotes by Frank Beddor
The library door was thick and none of the ordinary sounds that might have reminded them, might have held them back, could reach them. They were beyond the present, outside time, with no memories and no future, ~ Ian McEwan
Page 286 quotes by Ian McEwan
But cooking is best approached from wherever you find yourself when you are hungry, and should extend long past the end of the page. There should be serving, and also eating, and storing away what's left; there should be looking at meals' remainders with interest and imagining all the good things they will become. ~ Tamar Adler
Page 286 quotes by Tamar Adler
I suppose the reason why I like acting is because I'm curious about human nature, and the less I know about a character on the page, instinctively, in a way, the better. ~ Rebecca Hall
Page 286 quotes by Rebecca Hall
The bloody times, the horror, will just be history to them, words on a page, so how will they dare to judge? Very easily, I should imagine. ~ Storm Constantine
Page 286 quotes by Storm Constantine
I never kept up with the fashions. I believed in wearing what I thought looked good on me. ~ Bettie Page
Page 286 quotes by Bettie Page
It is a tremendous responsibility for us to have all the eyes focused on what we do and give people exactly what they need when they ask for it. ~ Larry Page
Page 286 quotes by Larry Page
In many college English courses the words "myth" and "symbol" are given a tremendous charge of significance. You just ain't no good unless you can see a symbol hiding, like a scared gerbil, under every page. And in many creative writing course the little beasts multiply, the place swarms with them. What does this Mean? What does that Symbolize? What is the Underlying Mythos? Kids come lurching out of such courses with a brain full of gerbils. And they sit down and write a lot of empty pomposity, under the impression that that's how Melville did it. ~ Ursula K. Le Guin
Page 286 quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
I'm trying to grow. I don't want to stay on the same page. ~ Flavor Flav
Page 286 quotes by Flavor Flav
When he is wounded, I bleed. {page 262 of John Adams} ~ Abigail Adams
Page 286 quotes by Abigail Adams
I am a guardian of sorts."- Liam (Marked Book #1) page 171 ~ A.N. Meade
Page 286 quotes by A.N. Meade
Boswell, like Lecky (to get back to the point of this footnote), and Gibbon before him, loved footnotes. They knew that the outer surface of truth is not smooth, welling and gathering from paragraph to shapely paragraph, but is encrusted with a rough protective bark of citations, quotations marks, italics, and foreign languages, a whole variorum crust of "ibid.'s" and "compare's" and "see's" that are the shield for the pure flow of argument as it lives for a moment in one mind. They knew the anticipatory pleasure of sensing with peripheral vision, as they turned the page, gray silt of further example and qualification waiting in tiny type at the bottom. (They were aware, more generally, of the usefulness of tiny type in enhancing the glee of reading works of obscure scholarship: typographical density forces you to crouch like Robert Hooke or Henry Gray over the busyness and intricacy of recorded truth.) They liked deciding as they read whether they would bother to consult a certain footnote or not, and whether they would read it in context, or read it before the text it hung from, as an hors d'oeuvre. The muscles of the eye, they knew, want vertical itineraries; the rectus externus and internus grow dazed waggling back and forth in the Zs taught in grade school: the footnote functions as a switch, offering the model-railroader's satisfaction of catching the march of thought with a superscripted "1" and routing it, sometimes at length, through abandoned stations and submerged, ~ Nicholson Baker
Page 286 quotes by Nicholson Baker
Her expression is from Page 18 of the Victoria's Secret catalogue. ~ David Foster Wallace
Page 286 quotes by David Foster Wallace
He living too far in the past. ~ August Wilson
Page 286 quotes by August Wilson
Staring at the blank page before you, Open up the dirty window, Let the sun illuminate the words that you could not find. ~ Natasha Bedingfield
Page 286 quotes by Natasha Bedingfield
My ex-husband is very involved in raising our beautiful children. We're very lucky because we both grew up in working families in middle America. We're on the same page that way. ~ Reese Witherspoon
Page 286 quotes by Reese Witherspoon
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