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Type: Novelist
Nationality: English
Date of Birth: 11/09/1885
Date of Death: 02/03/1930




 

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I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself.
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The source of all life and knowledge is in man and woman, and the source of all living is in the interchange and the meeting and mingling of these two: man-life and woman-life, man-knowledge and woman-knowledge, man-being and woman-being.
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The pyramids will not last a moment compared with the daisy.
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Democracy is a process by which people are free to choose the man who will get the blame.
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And what's romance? Usually, a nice little tale where you have everything As You Like It, where rain never wets your jacket and gnats never bite your nose and it's always daisy-time.
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Art-speech is the only truth. An artist is usually a damned liar, but his art, if it be art, will tell you the truth of his day.
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Only in a novel are all things given full play.
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A man has no religion who has not slowly and painfully gathered one together, adding to it, shaping it; and one's religion is never complete and final, it seems, but must always be undergoing modification.
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The soul is a very perfect judge of her own motions, if your mind doesn't dictate to her.
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If a woman hasn't got a tiny streak of harlot in her, she's a dry stick as a rule.
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One never can know the whys and the wherefores of one's passional changes.
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One could laugh at the world better if it didn't mix tender kindliness with its brutality.
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The proper study of mankind is man in his relation to his deity.
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I shall be glad when you have strangled the invincible respectability that dogs your steps.
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Oh the innocent girl in her maiden teens knows perfectly well what everything means.
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I like to write when I feel spiteful. It is like having a good sneeze.
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The only justice is to follow the sincere intuition of the soul, angry or gentle. Anger is just, and pity is just, but judgement is never just.
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Nothing that comes from the deep, passional soul is bad, or can be bad.
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I hate the actor and audience business. An author should be in among the crowd, kicking their shins or cheering them on to some mischief or merriment.
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The one woman who never gives herself is your free woman, who is always giving herself.
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Never trust the artist. Trust the tale.
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The more I see of democracy the more I dislike it. It just brings everything down to the mere vulgar level of wages and prices, electric light and water closets, and nothing else.
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I can't do with mountains at close quarters - they are always in the way, and they are so stupid, never moving and never doing anything but obtrude themselves.
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My whole working philosophy is that the only stable happiness for mankind is that it shall live married in blessed union to woman-kind - intimacy, physical and psychical between a man and his wife. I wish to add that my state of bliss is by no means perfect.
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The mind can assert anything and pretend it has proved it. My beliefs I test on my body, on my intuitional consciousness, and when I get a response there, then I accept.
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