James T. Farrell Quotes

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James T. Farrell quotes: Life is sad enough without people writing sad books. Life is sad enough without people writing sad books.
James T. Farrell quotes: Life was hard on mothers; but then, they just didn't understand. Life was hard on mothers; but then, they just didn't understand.
James T. Farrell quotes: If you let conditions stop you from working, they'll always stop you. If you let conditions stop you from working, they'll always stop you.
James T. Farrell quotes: There's one good kind of writer - a dead one. There's one good kind of writer - a dead one.
James T. Farrell quotes: So long, Lee. Give our regards to the Kaiser. And tell him there's a few boys on 58th Street who'll throw a party for him if he'll drop around. So long, Lee. Give our regards to the Kaiser. And tell him there's a few boys on 58th Street who'll throw a party for him if he'll drop around.
James T. Farrell quotes: His face was a gaze of primal obtuseness. His face was a gaze of primal obtuseness.
James T. Farrell quotes: America is so vast that almost everything said about it is likely to be true, and the opposite is probably equally true. America is so vast that almost everything said about it is likely to be true, and the opposite is probably equally true.
James T. Farrell quotes: The danger of censorship in cultural media increases in proportion to the degree to which one approaches the winning of a mass audience. The danger of censorship in cultural media increases in proportion to the degree to which one approaches the winning of a mass audience.
James T. Farrell quotes: He was sad because he had grown up, and because the years passed like a river that no man could stop. He was sad because he had grown up, and because the years passed like a river that no man could stop.
James T. Farrell quotes: He was still where he had always been. Just hoping. He was still where he had always been. Just hoping.
James T. Farrell quotes: They served the rich, and tried to think that they were rich. They served the rich, and tried to think that they were rich.
James T. Farrell quotes: Studs Lonigan, on the verge of fifteen, and wearing his first suit of long trousers, stood in the bathroom with a Sweet Caporal pasted on his mug. Studs Lonigan, on the verge of fifteen, and wearing his first suit of long trousers, stood in the bathroom with a Sweet Caporal pasted on his mug.
James T. Farrell quotes: All his life he had wished and waited, and there had been no change, except for the worse. All his life he had wished and waited, and there had been no change, except for the worse.