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Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "Small scenes can be so beautiful that they change a man forever."

Small scenes can be so beautiful that they change a man forever.




Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "The beauty of truth is that it need not be proclaimed or believed. It skips from soul to soul, changing form each time it touches, but it is what it is, I have seen it, and someday you will, too."

The beauty of truth is that it need not be proclaimed or believed. It skips from soul to soul, changing form each time it touches, but it is what it is, I have seen it, and someday you will, too.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "For the first time in his life, he felt exactly what he was, and he was not impressed."

For the first time in his life, he felt exactly what he was, and he was not impressed.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "their powerlessness, innocence, and imagination fused to enable them to turn time inside out, travel on the wind, and enter the souls of animals."

their powerlessness, innocence, and imagination fused to enable them to turn time inside out, travel on the wind, and enter the souls of animals.




Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "She felt as if she knew the stars, and had been among them, or would be."

She felt as if she knew the stars, and had been among them, or would be.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "There is justice in the world, Peter Lake, but it cannot be had without mystery."

There is justice in the world, Peter Lake, but it cannot be had without mystery.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "Justice came from a fight amid complexities, and required all the virtues in the world merely to be perceived."

Justice came from a fight amid complexities, and required all the virtues in the world merely to be perceived.




Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "The shelf was filled with books that were hard to read, that could devastate and remake one's soul, and that, when they were finished, had a kick like a mule."

The shelf was filled with books that were hard to read, that could devastate and remake one's soul, and that, when they were finished, had a kick like a mule.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "Quite possibly there's nothing as fine as a big freight train starting across country in early summer, Hardesty thought. That's when you learn that the tragedy of plants is that they have roots."

Quite possibly there's nothing as fine as a big freight train starting across country in early summer, Hardesty thought. That's when you learn that the tragedy of plants is that they have roots.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "At least until there are new lakes in the clouds that open upon living cities as yet unknown, and perhaps forever, that is a question which you must answer within your own heart."

At least until there are new lakes in the clouds that open upon living cities as yet unknown, and perhaps forever, that is a question which you must answer within your own heart.



Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale Quotes: "Those who are vain have little ability to feel grateful."

Those who are vain have little ability to feel grateful.