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Classic Literature Quotes: "You are a wonderful creation. You know more than you think you know, just as you know less than you want to know."

You are a wonderful creation. You know more than you think you know, just as you know less than you want to know.




Classic Literature Quotes: "Seaward ho! Hang the treasure! It's the glory of the sea that has turned my head."

Seaward ho! Hang the treasure! It's the glory of the sea that has turned my head.



Classic Literature Quotes: "I have not yet tranquillised myself enough to see Frederica."

I have not yet tranquillised myself enough to see Frederica.



Classic Literature Quotes: "In the face of all his handicaps, Jurgis was obliged to make the price of a lodging, and of a drink every hour or two, under penalty of freezing to death."

In the face of all his handicaps, Jurgis was obliged to make the price of a lodging, and of a drink every hour or two, under penalty of freezing to death.




Classic Literature Quotes: "I believe books should be like a prime rib steak ~ good and thick."

I believe books should be like a prime rib steak ~ good and thick.



Classic Literature Quotes: "the horizon bounded by a propitious sky, azure, marbled with pearly white."

the horizon bounded by a propitious sky, azure, marbled with pearly white.



Classic Literature Quotes: "The sun will always rise, but we may never know"

The sun will always rise, but we may never know




Classic Literature Quotes: "It was William who would climb out of his carriage unafraid and help a farmer drive a herd of cattle or sheep across a road when necessary."

It was William who would climb out of his carriage unafraid and help a farmer drive a herd of cattle or sheep across a road when necessary.



Classic Literature Quotes: "The moon shone upon his almost transparent hands, and Stephen saw that the nails were fearfully long and that the light shone through them."

The moon shone upon his almost transparent hands, and Stephen saw that the nails were fearfully long and that the light shone through them.



Classic Literature Quotes: "On the Day of Judgment, life and death are not determined by the world but by God's wisdom and law"

On the Day of Judgment, life and death are not determined by the world but by God's wisdom and law



Classic Literature Quotes: "I've never met anyone as kind as you are, except me Mum, o' course." --Benjamin Trimmel to Lady Alexandra."

I've never met anyone as kind as you are, except me Mum, o' course." --Benjamin Trimmel to Lady Alexandra.



Classic Literature Quotes: "In my opinion, Fiction is a figment of our imagination & it causes us to dream but Reality taints dreams, and the F.scott Fitzgerald has clearly depicted this in The Great Gatsby."

In my opinion, Fiction is a figment of our imagination & it causes us to dream but Reality taints dreams, and the F.scott Fitzgerald has clearly depicted this in The Great Gatsby.




Classic Literature Quotes: "Where do you prefer to sit, Sir?" (Lady Alexandra to William, the Duke, during her mail-order bride interview.)"

Where do you prefer to sit, Sir?" (Lady Alexandra to William, the Duke, during her mail-order bride interview.)



Classic Literature Quotes: "Rationality is the way to lead life. So high time, let’s stop feeding our dreams and shake hands with the reality."

Rationality is the way to lead life. So high time, let’s stop feeding our dreams and shake hands with the reality.



Classic Literature Quotes: "Many of the greatest books are like a forest. “The best way to get to know them is to wander right into the middle and get lost."

Many of the greatest books are like a forest. “The best way to get to know them is to wander right into the middle and get lost.