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Helen Simonson quotes: Look, the truth belongs to the guy who's best at sticking to his story,' said Ferguson. Look, the truth belongs to the guy who's best at sticking to his story,' said Ferguson.
Helen Simonson quotes: There is often an inverse correlation between genius and personal hygiene. There is often an inverse correlation between genius and personal hygiene.
Helen Simonson quotes: I am to be converted to the joys of knitting,' said Mrs. Ali, smiling at the Major.'My condolences,' he said. I am to be converted to the joys of knitting,' said Mrs. Ali, smiling at the Major.
'My condolences,' he said.
Helen Simonson quotes: Most of all I remember that what begins with drums and fife, flags and bunting, becomes too swiftly a long and grey winter of the spirit. Most of all I remember that what begins with drums and fife, flags and bunting, becomes too swiftly a long and grey winter of the spirit.
Helen Simonson quotes: We all pick and choose and make our religion our own, do we not? We all pick and choose and make our religion our own, do we not?
Helen Simonson quotes: I wish you a strong heart and the love of family this afternoon. I wish you a strong heart and the love of family this afternoon.
Helen Simonson quotes: earpiece in his ear. earpiece in his ear.
Helen Simonson quotes: Suffragettes!" whispered Agatha as if communicating a great scandal. "I'm quite sure invitations to tea are being quietly withdrawn all over the room. Suffragettes!" whispered Agatha as if communicating a great scandal. "I'm quite sure invitations to tea are being quietly withdrawn all over the room.
Helen Simonson quotes: Sometimes you can't fix everything," said Amina. "Life isn't always like books.""No, it's not. Sometimes you can't fix everything," said Amina. "Life isn't always like books."
"No, it's not.
Helen Simonson quotes: Humiliation is the sport of the petty Humiliation is the sport of the petty
Helen Simonson quotes: How anyone could doubt the patriotism of my dachshunds is just shocking, How anyone could doubt the patriotism of my dachshunds is just shocking,
Helen Simonson quotes: I am not loitering" said the Major. "I am simply indulging in a few moments of pastoral solitude"... I am not loitering" said the Major. "I am simply indulging in a few moments of pastoral solitude"...
Helen Simonson quotes: grief does not decline in a straight line or along a slow curve like a graph in a child's math book. grief does not decline in a straight line or along a slow curve like a graph in a child's math book.
Helen Simonson quotes: Such an awful fragility of love he thought that plans are made and broken and remade in these gaps between rational behavior. Such an awful fragility of love he thought that plans are made and broken and remade in these gaps between rational behavior.
Helen Simonson quotes: a minute,' said Roger. 'You must ask a minute,' said Roger. 'You must ask
Helen Simonson quotes: I said we would be informal," said Agatha. "I did not say we would be eccentric. I said we would be informal," said Agatha. "I did not say we would be eccentric.
Helen Simonson quotes: Do you really know what it means to be in love with an unsuitable woman?" "Is there any other kind? Do you really know what it means to be in love with an unsuitable woman?" "Is there any other kind?
Helen Simonson quotes: America wielded her huge power in the world with a brash confidence that reminded him of a toddler who has got hold of a hammer. America wielded her huge power in the world with a brash confidence that reminded him of a toddler who has got hold of a hammer.
Helen Simonson quotes: The world is full of small ignorances. We must all do our best to ignore them and thereby keep them small, don't you think The world is full of small ignorances. We must all do our best to ignore them and thereby keep them small, don't you think
Helen Simonson quotes: And after all, everyone needs a few flaws to make them real. And after all, everyone needs a few flaws to make them real.
Helen Simonson quotes: It took him a moment to realize that they had been painted to look like fingernails, and he sighed over the extraordinary range of female vanities. It took him a moment to realize that they had been painted to look like fingernails, and he sighed over the extraordinary range of female vanities.
Helen Simonson quotes: He was struck by the thought that he was often lonely, even in the midst of many friends. He was struck by the thought that he was often lonely, even in the midst of many friends.
Helen Simonson quotes: War does have a way of interfering with one's most closely held desires. War does have a way of interfering with one's most closely held desires.
Helen Simonson quotes: He wondered whether it was his fault Roger had the perceptiveness of concrete. He wondered whether it was his fault Roger had the perceptiveness of concrete.
Helen Simonson quotes: But of course we do not like to listen to our mothers," said Mrs. Ali, smiling. "At least, not until long after we are mothers ourselves. But of course we do not like to listen to our mothers," said Mrs. Ali, smiling. "At least, not until long after we are mothers ourselves.
Helen Simonson quotes: Compromises are often built on their being unspoken. Compromises are often built on their being unspoken.
Helen Simonson quotes: I can't abide people who dislike dogs, I can't abide people who dislike dogs,
Helen Simonson quotes: It was an old story so rubbed with retelling that the edges were blurry. It was an old story so rubbed with retelling that the edges were blurry.
Helen Simonson quotes: There is nothing more corrosive to character than money. There is nothing more corrosive to character than money.
Helen Simonson quotes: They sat a moment in embrace of silent mutual comfort, which was, she often thought, the reward of those long married. They sat a moment in embrace of silent mutual comfort, which was, she often thought, the reward of those long married.
Helen Simonson quotes: You cannot run away from what's in your heart. You cannot run away from what's in your heart.
Helen Simonson quotes: As I get older, I find myself insisting on my right to be philosophically sloppy. As I get older, I find myself insisting on my right to be philosophically sloppy.
Helen Simonson quotes: It is the unexpected note that makes the poem. You, Hugh, are the unexpected note. (pg 554) It is the unexpected note that makes the poem. You, Hugh, are the unexpected note. (pg 554)
Helen Simonson quotes: It's only now I realize how easy it was to do so on the backs of other women's sons. It's only now I realize how easy it was to do so on the backs of other women's sons.
Helen Simonson quotes: It's so much easier to tell other people how to do their job than fix one's own shortcoming, isn't it? It's so much easier to tell other people how to do their job than fix one's own shortcoming, isn't it?