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Mark Beauregard quotes: Maria said, "Penmanship is no laughing matter, Miss Field. Maria said, "Penmanship is no laughing matter, Miss Field.
Mark Beauregard quotes: He seemed not to need mere physical sustenance anymore, surviving instead on a spiritual alchemy of memory and desire. He seemed not to need mere physical sustenance anymore, surviving instead on a spiritual alchemy of memory and desire.
Mark Beauregard quotes: New books feel special," said Hawthorne. "They're like babies born into the skin of old men. New books feel special," said Hawthorne. "They're like babies born into the skin of old men.
Mark Beauregard quotes: For the first time in as long as he could remember, a finger of light, like the first ray of dawn, shone into the dark cavern of his soul. For the first time in as long as he could remember, a finger of light, like the first ray of dawn, shone into the dark cavern of his soul.
Mark Beauregard quotes: Asking the question matters more than finding the answer. Asking the question matters more than finding the answer.
Mark Beauregard quotes: Original sin is a very commercial idea," said Duyckinck. "How do you think the Bible stays in print year after year? Original sin is a very commercial idea," said Duyckinck. "How do you think the Bible stays in print year after year?
Mark Beauregard quotes: One sometimes must sail with the wind and sometimes against it, but the important thing is to keep your sails full. One sometimes must sail with the wind and sometimes against it, but the important thing is to keep your sails full.
Mark Beauregard quotes: He suddenly saw the enterprise of literature as essentially mad. He suddenly saw the enterprise of literature as essentially mad.