Brian W. Aldiss Quotes

Top 23 wise famous quotes and sayings by Brian W. Aldiss

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Brian W. Aldiss quotes: Civilisation is the distance that man has placed between himself and his own excreta. Civilisation is the distance that man has placed between himself and his own excreta.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: I love you and I feel sad just like real people, so I must be human... Mustn't I? I love you and I feel sad just like real people, so I must be human... Mustn't I?
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: Whatever terrific events may inform our lives, it always comes to that in the end; we just want to lie down. Whatever terrific events may inform our lives, it always comes to that in the end; we just want to lie down.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: A writer should say to himself, not, How can I get more money?, but How can I reach more readers (without lowering standards)? A writer should say to himself, not, How can I get more money?, but How can I reach more readers (without lowering standards)?
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: Civilization is the distance man has placed between himself and his excreta. Civilization is the distance man has placed between himself and his excreta.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: To read is to strike a blow for culture To read is to strike a blow for culture
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: He began talking to an imagined woman, achieving an eloquence that was never his when he was face to face with anyone else. He began talking to an imagined woman, achieving an eloquence that was never his when he was face to face with anyone else.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: He could see it glinting at his fingertips, ready to be fashioned. He could see it glinting at his fingertips, ready to be fashioned.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: In role-playing games, SF and fantasy have exploded into psychotherapy. In role-playing games, SF and fantasy have exploded into psychotherapy.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: This shall be home, where danger was my cradle, and all we have learned will guard us! This shall be home, where danger was my cradle, and all we have learned will guard us!
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: Waves climbed the slope of the beach, fell back, and came again. Waves climbed the slope of the beach, fell back, and came again.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: Science fiction is for real, space opera is for fun. Science fiction is for real, space opera is for fun.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: An overcrowded world is the ideal place in which to be lonely. An overcrowded world is the ideal place in which to be lonely.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: There are two kinds of writer: those that make you think, and those that make you wonder. There are two kinds of writer: those that make you think, and those that make you wonder.
Brian W. Aldiss quotes: When childhood dies, its corpses are called adults. When childhood dies, its corpses are called adults.