Isaac Babel Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Isaac Babel

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Isaac Babel Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Isaac Babel quotes: She would lift her peignoir above her knees and say to her husband: 'Give baby a kiss ... ' She would lift her peignoir above her knees and say to her husband: 'Give baby a kiss ... '
Isaac Babel quotes: No iron can stab the heart with such force as a period put just at the right place. No iron can stab the heart with such force as a period put just at the right place.
Isaac Babel quotes: There is no iron that can enter the human heart with such stupefying effect, as a period placed at just the right moment. There is no iron that can enter the human heart with such stupefying effect, as a period placed at just the right moment.
Isaac Babel quotes: If the world could write itself, it would write like Tolstoy. If the world could write itself, it would write like Tolstoy.
Isaac Babel quotes: No iron can pierce the human heart as chillingly as a full stop placed at the right time. No iron can pierce the human heart as chillingly as a full stop placed at the right time.
Isaac Babel quotes: No iron spike can pierce a human heart as icily as a period in the right place. No iron spike can pierce a human heart as icily as a period in the right place.
Isaac Babel quotes: Her sponge cakes had the aroma of crucifixion.Within them was the sap of slyness and the fragrant frenzy of the Vatican. Her sponge cakes had the aroma of crucifixion.Within them was the sap of slyness and the fragrant frenzy of the Vatican.
Isaac Babel quotes: If the world could write by itself, it would write like Tolstoy. If the world could write by itself, it would write like Tolstoy.
Isaac Babel quotes: A well-thought-out story doesn't need to resemble real life. Life itself tries with all its might to resemble a well-crafted story. A well-thought-out story doesn't need to resemble real life. Life itself tries with all its might to resemble a well-crafted story.