Owen Wister Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Owen Wister

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Owen Wister quotes: It may be that them whose pleasure brings you into this world owes you a living, but it don't mean the world is responsible. It may be that them whose pleasure brings you into this world owes you a living, but it don't mean the world is responsible.
Owen Wister quotes: When you can't have what you choose, you just choose what you have. When you can't have what you choose, you just choose what you have.
Owen Wister quotes: Said Aristotle unto Plato, 'Have another sweet potato?' Said Plato unto Aristotle, 'Thank you, I prefer the bottle.' Said Aristotle unto Plato, 'Have another sweet potato?' Said Plato unto Aristotle, 'Thank you, I prefer the bottle.'
Owen Wister quotes: But no earthly foot can step between a man and his destiny. But no earthly foot can step between a man and his destiny.
Owen Wister quotes: Forgive my asking you to use your mind. It is a thing which no novelist should expect of his reader ... Forgive my asking you to use your mind. It is a thing which no novelist should expect of his reader ...
Owen Wister quotes: An aristocrat in morals as in mind. An aristocrat in morals as in mind.
Owen Wister quotes: You are speakin' low like me," he answered. "But we have no dream we can wake from You are speakin' low like me," he answered. "But we have no dream we can wake from
Owen Wister quotes: With a gun against my belly I ... I always smile. With a gun against my belly I ... I always smile.
Owen Wister quotes: When yu' can't have what you choose, yu' just choose what you have. When yu' can't have what you choose, yu' just choose what you have.
Owen Wister quotes: When a man ain't got no ideas of his own, he'd ought to be kind o' careful who he borrows 'em from. When a man ain't got no ideas of his own, he'd ought to be kind o' careful who he borrows 'em from.