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John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "Can you honestly love a dishonest thing?"

Can you honestly love a dishonest thing?




John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "Any man of reasonable intelligence can make money if that's what he wants. Mostly it's women or clothes or admiration he really wants and they deflect him."

Any man of reasonable intelligence can make money if that's what he wants. Mostly it's women or clothes or admiration he really wants and they deflect him.




John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "Like most modern people, I don't believe in prophecy or magic and then spend half my time practicing it."

Like most modern people, I don't believe in prophecy or magic and then spend half my time practicing it.



John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "Good God, what a mess of draggle-tail impulses a man is--and a woman too, I guess."

Good God, what a mess of draggle-tail impulses a man is--and a woman too, I guess.




John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "The words are meaningless except in terms of feeling. Does anyone act as the result of thought or does feeling stimulate action and sometimes thought implement it."

The words are meaningless except in terms of feeling. Does anyone act as the result of thought or does feeling stimulate action and sometimes thought implement it.



John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "Are cats strange animals or do they so resemble us that we find them curious as we do monkeys?"

Are cats strange animals or do they so resemble us that we find them curious as we do monkeys?



John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "War did not make a killer of me, although for a time I killed men."

War did not make a killer of me, although for a time I killed men.




John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "In business and in politics a man must carve and maul his way through men to get to be King of the Mountain. Once there, he can be great and kind--but he must get there first."

In business and in politics a man must carve and maul his way through men to get to be King of the Mountain. Once there, he can be great and kind--but he must get there first.



John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "Money does not change the sickness, only the symptoms."

Money does not change the sickness, only the symptoms.



John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "A reputation for money is almost as negotiable as money itself."

A reputation for money is almost as negotiable as money itself.



John Steinbeck, The Winter Of Our Discontent Quotes: "I do love her, and that’s odd because she is everything I detest in anyone else."

I do love her, and that’s odd because she is everything I detest in anyone else.