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    Hello folks,

    Write down the 4th Sentence on the 23rd page of the book beside your hand.

    I am the 1st one:

    The secrecy of the escapade, the walk through the night forest had been beautiful,out of the ordinary, exciting but not dangerous.

    'Narcissus and Goldmund' By Hermann Hesse

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    A little random, but alright then

    "The work was going on." - The Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad)

    A bit of a boring sentence

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    "I thought we were gentleman."

    Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, by Tom Stoppard

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    Sogar die Kriege sind bei den magischen Vlkern von Riten begleitet, ohne die sie in Niederlagen enden wrden oder zumindest wirkungslos blieben.

    (With magic peoples, even wars are accompanied by rites; without, they would be resulting in defeats, or were, at least, to no purpose.)

    -- Staatsideen und politische Programme der Weltgeschichte, ed. by Gaston Bouthoul

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    Lat *noughte **thi left, half late ne rathe,

    *'g' originally 'yogh'

    **'th' originally 'thorn'

    ~ Piers Plowman, Langland
    docendo discimus

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    Tu le connais, lecteur... Kafka's Crow's Avatar
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    "The serfs gave thanks to providence."
    Pushkin Eugene Onegin
    "The farther he goes the more good it does me. I dont want philosophies, tracts, dogmas, creeds, ways out, truths, answers, nothing from the bargain basement. He is the most courageous, remorseless writer going and the more he grinds my nose in the sh1t the more I am grateful to him..."
    -- Harold Pinter on Samuel Beckett

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    haha, great topic.

    Here goes:

    "Oh! oh! continua Corneille, comme ces gens sont en colre! Est-ce contre vous? est-ce contre moi?"

    ("Oh! oh! Cornelis went on, how angr are those people! Is it because of you? Is it because of me?")

    La Tulipe Noire/The Black Tulip, Alexandre Dumas
    One has to laugh before being happy, because otherwise one risks to die before having laughed.

    "Je crains [...] que l'me ne se vide ces passe-temps vains, et que le fin du fin ne soit la fin des fins." (Edmond Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac, Acte III, Scne VII)

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    "A shopkeeper's son, he leaves school at fourteen, ignorant, confused, and with a natural curiosity almost stifled."

    - in "Pure Pleasure" John Carey.

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    In many cases we do not know what the aboriginal stock was, and so could not tell whether or not nearly perfect reversion had ensued.
    - "The Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin
    "I should like to know what people fear the most: whatever is contrary to their usual habits, I imagine." -Fyodor Dostoevsky

    "A book must be an ice-axe to break the seas frozen inside our soul" -Franz Kafka

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    "He sighted on the tree, then pulled back on the bowstring."

    'World without End' by Ken Follett
    Last edited by Kassiopeia; 12-21-2009 at 10:04 AM.

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    If Gerald had been expecting courtroom drama he was to be disappointed, for both prosecution and defence knew the tribunal owed as much to political expediency as to due process of law, and the trials were a strangely muted affair with the accused listening abstractedly to arguments presented in a somewhat desultory way by the legal representatives.

    "Pro Bono Publico" by Emil Miller.

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    Kind, and gentle, and good to every one who knew "how to behave himself," and dealing to every man full justice - meeted by his own measure - he was liable even to generous acts, after being severe and having his own way.

    "Mary Annerley" - R D Blackmore

    Voices mysterious far and near,
    Sound of the wind and sound of the sea,
    Are calling and whispering in my ear,
    Whifflingpin! Why stayest thou here?

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    Naturally from the fruits of the hunt my lord was expected to tithe the priests of Hapi who were the titular shepherds of the goddess's flock of river-cows.
    River God by Wilbur Smith

    Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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    Sorry you asked?

    This was the closest book. . .

    Sometimes, he says, he has "felt like the Wizard of Oz, behind the curtain, pulling all those levers."

    Conversations with The Dead by David Gans.
    Famous last words of hotel magnate Conrad Hilton "Leave the shower curtain in the tub."

    I'm not joking.

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    This is a great idea for a thread. I love it!

    "The entrance resembled the door of a house and it had a portico which was sparkling as if it had been polished with brasso at all moments".

    From "My life in the bush of ghosts" by Amos Tutola
    What are regrets? Just lessons we haven't learned yet - Beth Orton

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