Olivia Laing Quotes

Top 12 wise famous quotes and sayings by Olivia Laing

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Olivia Laing quotes: Outside the window, people threw dinner parties. Outside the window, people threw dinner parties.
Olivia Laing quotes: Physically, Echo Spring is nothing more than a nickname for a liquor cabinet, drawn from the brand of bourbon it contains. Physically, Echo Spring is nothing more than a nickname for a liquor cabinet, drawn from the brand of bourbon it contains.
Olivia Laing quotes: For the present when backed by the past is a thousand times deeper than the present when it presses so close that you can feel nothing else For the present when backed by the past is a thousand times deeper than the present when it presses so close that you can feel nothing else
Olivia Laing quotes: Had trouble again with twine. Mad enough to wish I was a bad tornado. Swore at God.' 18 Had trouble again with twine. Mad enough to wish I was a bad tornado. Swore at God.' 18
Olivia Laing quotes: They'd even met, he recommended him to his own editor at Scribner, Max Perkins, suggesting Max sign up this promising young They'd even met, he recommended him to his own editor at Scribner, Max Perkins, suggesting Max sign up this promising young
Olivia Laing quotes: There are kinds of solitude that provide a respite from loneliness, a holiday if not a cure. There are kinds of solitude that provide a respite from loneliness, a holiday if not a cure.
Olivia Laing quotes: Why do you put yourself in unsafe places? Because something in you feels fundamentally devoid of worth. Why do you put yourself in unsafe places? Because something in you feels fundamentally devoid of worth.
Olivia Laing quotes: You can be lonely anywhere, but there is a particular flavour to the loneliness that comes from living in a city, surrounded by millions of people. You can be lonely anywhere, but there is a particular flavour to the loneliness that comes from living in a city, surrounded by millions of people.