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Literary Fiction Quotes: "I’m looking for the exit.”“The Last Exit to Brooklyn, will it be?”“Er, no! Just the way out.”From "One man in his time"

I’m looking for the exit.”“The Last Exit to Brooklyn, will it be?”“Er, no! Just the way out.”From "One man in his time




Literary Fiction Quotes: "I don’t like coming over here at night, the girl said. The bayou is scary in the dark, all manner of things running wild out there."

I don’t like coming over here at night, the girl said. The bayou is scary in the dark, all manner of things running wild out there.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Tastes change, Cherie. I find the older I get the more I like to be reminded of my youth."

Tastes change, Cherie. I find the older I get the more I like to be reminded of my youth.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "War’s all either country knows, and everything seems to depend on it now."

War’s all either country knows, and everything seems to depend on it now.




Literary Fiction Quotes: "The things white men failed to notice would fill the world they had ruined ten thousand times over."

The things white men failed to notice would fill the world they had ruined ten thousand times over.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "I offer you your life, friend, and recommend you take it."

I offer you your life, friend, and recommend you take it.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "I was an unwilling passenger leaving the Big Country. I would miss the mountains and the waterfalls, the treks on broad horses' backs to hidden villages in secret valleys."

I was an unwilling passenger leaving the Big Country. I would miss the mountains and the waterfalls, the treks on broad horses' backs to hidden villages in secret valleys.




Literary Fiction Quotes: "We all have a book in us. The first step is recognising this. Writing it is a whole new journey."

We all have a book in us. The first step is recognising this. Writing it is a whole new journey.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "The old law of an eye for an eye didn’t make them blind to the fact that another man’s terrorist wasn’t their freedom fighter."

The old law of an eye for an eye didn’t make them blind to the fact that another man’s terrorist wasn’t their freedom fighter.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "I am not an atheist preacher. I am not an absolutist or chauvinist whose ways are immune to evolution. My core philosophy is that I might be wrong."

I am not an atheist preacher. I am not an absolutist or chauvinist whose ways are immune to evolution. My core philosophy is that I might be wrong.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "We lie on the blanket, our bare bodies basking in the sun like Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Only our apples were bitten a long time ago, and we ate them too."

We lie on the blanket, our bare bodies basking in the sun like Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Only our apples were bitten a long time ago, and we ate them too.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "All I want is to sleep--to dream. Life is better in dreams."

All I want is to sleep--to dream. Life is better in dreams.




Literary Fiction Quotes: "There are ultimate truths you cannot hide from no matter how high you climb or how long you sit alone. Everything is on its way somewhere, even if that place feels like nowhere."

There are ultimate truths you cannot hide from no matter how high you climb or how long you sit alone. Everything is on its way somewhere, even if that place feels like nowhere.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "If loving the written word is wrong...I don't want to be right!"

If loving the written word is wrong...I don't want to be right!



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Dare I ask Mao and his Communist Party?I fear my throat will be cut into two pieces.In the name of revolution, for thought crimes, Such questions can turn me to ashes."

Dare I ask Mao and his Communist Party?I fear my throat will be cut into two pieces.In the name of revolution, for thought crimes, Such questions can turn me to ashes.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "It was a sacrifice worthy of her and dreams are made to be killed."

It was a sacrifice worthy of her and dreams are made to be killed.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Thinking, like other drugs, can be a useful distraction from pain, as long as it's managed and doesn't become an addiction."

Thinking, like other drugs, can be a useful distraction from pain, as long as it's managed and doesn't become an addiction.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "He looked along the line of children, exhibits A to C of his existence and heirs to the twisted throne of his corrupt genetics."

He looked along the line of children, exhibits A to C of his existence and heirs to the twisted throne of his corrupt genetics.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "He was a shadow of the man that once intimidated us out of our home, a shell of a human being, a fragment of a father."

He was a shadow of the man that once intimidated us out of our home, a shell of a human being, a fragment of a father.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Maybe that’s why I was so afraid of Sasha’s love. With him comes the remembering part that I was so good at forgetting.~Piper - 'Breathe Me"

Maybe that’s why I was so afraid of Sasha’s love. With him comes the remembering part that I was so good at forgetting.~Piper - 'Breathe Me



Literary Fiction Quotes: "The burden is on the sane."

The burden is on the sane.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "A Quote from Monty's journal in GOD MUST BE WEEPING. "I felt as anonymous as a grain of sand."

A Quote from Monty's journal in GOD MUST BE WEEPING. "I felt as anonymous as a grain of sand.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "We sat still, our breathing loud and rhythmic, its music melancholy, a traditional song of sorrow."

We sat still, our breathing loud and rhythmic, its music melancholy, a traditional song of sorrow.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Underneath the groundyou can't hear a soundnot even the sweet falling rainyou might forget about tomorrowforget about the swallowsbut they won't forget youthey won't forget you"

Underneath the groundyou can't hear a soundnot even the sweet falling rainyou might forget about tomorrowforget about the swallowsbut they won't forget youthey won't forget you



Literary Fiction Quotes: "In the white marble hall of the hotel, I'm waltzing with Rajat. The music is a river and we're dancing in it. It winds against our bodies, muscular as a serpent."

In the white marble hall of the hotel, I'm waltzing with Rajat. The music is a river and we're dancing in it. It winds against our bodies, muscular as a serpent.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Don't ever let anyone tell you that things can't be changed, that things can't be done. The can and they will, if we are united in what we believe."

Don't ever let anyone tell you that things can't be changed, that things can't be done. The can and they will, if we are united in what we believe.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "As people's hopes soared, Jana felt a tinge of fear."

As people's hopes soared, Jana felt a tinge of fear.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "He nodded, looking across the room at the sea of photographers and journalists. The microphones spread around him like birds waiting to be fed."

He nodded, looking across the room at the sea of photographers and journalists. The microphones spread around him like birds waiting to be fed.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Mr Martinek turned back to Jana. 'Thirty-eight per cent alcohol, sixty-two per cent fire - all the way from Karlovy Vary."

Mr Martinek turned back to Jana. 'Thirty-eight per cent alcohol, sixty-two per cent fire - all the way from Karlovy Vary.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "As the sun lowered into the city's skyline, casting an orange glow over the islands, Jana could feel people's hopes rising."

As the sun lowered into the city's skyline, casting an orange glow over the islands, Jana could feel people's hopes rising.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "9 November 1989. A day nobody would forget. She had heard rumours about the wall."

9 November 1989. A day nobody would forget. She had heard rumours about the wall.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "I don't know, Benes. I'm not sure I've ever really understood women for that kind of commitment.' He flipped his beer mat up int the air with his index finger and caught it in his hand."

I don't know, Benes. I'm not sure I've ever really understood women for that kind of commitment.' He flipped his beer mat up int the air with his index finger and caught it in his hand.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "One word was the method by which the state collected their information. They could reel in the informants and spread them out like tentacles, ready to sting in any direction."

One word was the method by which the state collected their information. They could reel in the informants and spread them out like tentacles, ready to sting in any direction.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "All that is gold does not glitter.Not all those who wander are lost:The old that is strong does not wither.Deep roots are not reached by the frost."

All that is gold does not glitter.Not all those who wander are lost:The old that is strong does not wither.Deep roots are not reached by the frost.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "It was a year ago today your daughter went missing.’ Bagg had closed his eyes, feeling the death going on inside."

It was a year ago today your daughter went missing.’ Bagg had closed his eyes, feeling the death going on inside.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Once upon a time Karen saw somebody nobody else could see. She thought to ask an old man: who were you? Once upon a time I thought to dream of medicine. Now I dream of medicine by the sea."

Once upon a time Karen saw somebody nobody else could see. She thought to ask an old man: who were you? Once upon a time I thought to dream of medicine. Now I dream of medicine by the sea.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Olga was better, in the sun, where he could see every pore in her skin. Get closer. Feel her next to him. It was all he wanted in the world. It was the last thing in the world that he could do."

Olga was better, in the sun, where he could see every pore in her skin. Get closer. Feel her next to him. It was all he wanted in the world. It was the last thing in the world that he could do.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "…he’d assumed their relationship would go on forever. It was going on now, but in another way, like the rearrangement of the stars, which were all still in the sky, just burning in unexpected places."

…he’d assumed their relationship would go on forever. It was going on now, but in another way, like the rearrangement of the stars, which were all still in the sky, just burning in unexpected places.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "We just move on, don’t we, with traitors still amongst us? But there was one thought that wouldn’t go away. If I loved him, I would forgive him."

We just move on, don’t we, with traitors still amongst us? But there was one thought that wouldn’t go away. If I loved him, I would forgive him.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "But this bus was a bit too full. The driver only appeared to control the glass and metal around him. In reality, he was at the nose of a travelling paroxysm."

But this bus was a bit too full. The driver only appeared to control the glass and metal around him. In reality, he was at the nose of a travelling paroxysm.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Despite their macabre imaginations, they don't believe the things they say, all those things about magic and fantômes. But I do. I know he lingers. I've heard his voice, soft as a lover's whisper."

Despite their macabre imaginations, they don't believe the things they say, all those things about magic and fantômes. But I do. I know he lingers. I've heard his voice, soft as a lover's whisper.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Can you imagine how many people got laid in here?" Abby said, walking to the other side of the Jacuzzi."

Can you imagine how many people got laid in here?" Abby said, walking to the other side of the Jacuzzi.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "When you turn around, you'll see something I bet you've never seen before. If it takes your breath away, then you'll fit in nicely. If you don't feel anything, then maybe you don't belong here."

When you turn around, you'll see something I bet you've never seen before. If it takes your breath away, then you'll fit in nicely. If you don't feel anything, then maybe you don't belong here.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Stallions, " Frank said, "they're fightin' over a girl. - DANIEL'S ESPERANZA"

Stallions, " Frank said, "they're fightin' over a girl. - DANIEL'S ESPERANZA



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Among the Igbo the art of conversation is regarded very highly, and proverbs are the palm-oil with which words are eaten."

Among the Igbo the art of conversation is regarded very highly, and proverbs are the palm-oil with which words are eaten.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "I wouldn't dignify it with the name immoral."

I wouldn't dignify it with the name immoral.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "You know what people are doing on the other side of the world, what’s happening on another planet, but not what’s going on inside the person next to you."

You know what people are doing on the other side of the world, what’s happening on another planet, but not what’s going on inside the person next to you.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "Were the stars against him? A woman's fingers are quicker in the sky and shine more brightly."

Were the stars against him? A woman's fingers are quicker in the sky and shine more brightly.



Literary Fiction Quotes: "We put our flags in soil when we arrive, as if it now belongs to us and we know where we are."

We put our flags in soil when we arrive, as if it now belongs to us and we know where we are.