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William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "Like a fellow running from or toward a gun ain't got time to worry whether the word for what he is doing is courage or cowardice."

Like a fellow running from or toward a gun ain't got time to worry whether the word for what he is doing is courage or cowardice.




William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "I know now that what makes a fool is an inability to take even his own good advice."

I know now that what makes a fool is an inability to take even his own good advice.




William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "And even a liar can be scared into telling the truth, same as honest man can be tortured into telling a lie."

And even a liar can be scared into telling the truth, same as honest man can be tortured into telling a lie.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "Though children can accept adults as adults, adults can never accept children as anything but adults too."

Though children can accept adults as adults, adults can never accept children as anything but adults too.




William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "ingenuity was apparently given man in order that he may supply himself in crises with shapes and sounds with which to guard himself from truth."

ingenuity was apparently given man in order that he may supply himself in crises with shapes and sounds with which to guard himself from truth.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "Time, the spaces of light and dark, had long since lost orderliness."

Time, the spaces of light and dark, had long since lost orderliness.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "Memory believes before knowing remembers.[Light in August]"

Memory believes before knowing remembers.[Light in August]




William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "It is a happy faculty of the mind to slough that which conscience refuses to assimilate."

It is a happy faculty of the mind to slough that which conscience refuses to assimilate.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "When it's a matter of not-do, I reckon a man can trust himself for advice. But when it comes to a matter of doing, I reckon a fellow had better listen to all the advice he can get."

When it's a matter of not-do, I reckon a man can trust himself for advice. But when it comes to a matter of doing, I reckon a fellow had better listen to all the advice he can get.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "It is the man who all his life has been self-convicted of veracity whose lies find quickest credence."

It is the man who all his life has been self-convicted of veracity whose lies find quickest credence.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "And so sometimes I would think how the devil had conquered God."

And so sometimes I would think how the devil had conquered God.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "But something held him, as the fatalist can always be held: by curiosity, pessimism, by sheer inertia."

But something held him, as the fatalist can always be held: by curiosity, pessimism, by sheer inertia.




William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "And I reckon them that are good must suffer for it the same as them that are bad."

And I reckon them that are good must suffer for it the same as them that are bad.



William Faulkner, Light In August Quotes: "Here I am I am tired I am tired of running of having to carry my life like it was a basket of eggs"

Here I am I am tired I am tired of running of having to carry my life like it was a basket of eggs