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Patricia A. McKillip quotes: He finally took his harp out of the cobwebs, walked out the door, and admitted who he was: the Unforgiven. He finally took his harp out of the cobwebs, walked out the door, and admitted who he was: the Unforgiven.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Words, he decided, were inadequate at best, impossible at worst. They meant too many things. Or they meant nothing at all. Words, he decided, were inadequate at best, impossible at worst. They meant too many things. Or they meant nothing at all.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: If you speak of this I will tear out your voice and top it down the nearest drain If you speak of this I will tear out your voice and top it down the nearest drain
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Then you will have to trust me. Beyond logic, beyond reason, beyond hope, trust me. Then you will have to trust me. Beyond logic, beyond reason, beyond hope, trust me.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Epics are never written about libraries. They exist on whim; it depends on if the conquering army likes to read. Epics are never written about libraries. They exist on whim; it depends on if the conquering army likes to read.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: That's the beginning of magic. Let your imagination run and follow it. That's the beginning of magic. Let your imagination run and follow it.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Peace, tremulous, unexpected, sent a taproot out of nowhere into Morgan's heart. Peace, tremulous, unexpected, sent a taproot out of nowhere into Morgan's heart.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: That once were urgent and necessary for an orderly world and now were buried away, gathering dust and of no use to anyone. That once were urgent and necessary for an orderly world and now were buried away, gathering dust and of no use to anyone.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: The odd thing about people who had many books was how they always wanted more. The odd thing about people who had many books was how they always wanted more.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Morgan," he whispered, "I wish you had not been someone I loved so. Morgan," he whispered, "I wish you had not been someone I loved so.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: The man was hit in one eye by a stone, and that eye turned inward so that it looked into his mind, and he died of what he saw there The man was hit in one eye by a stone, and that eye turned inward so that it looked into his mind, and he died of what he saw there
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Imagination is the golden-eyed monster that never sleeps. It must be fed; it cannot be ignored. Imagination is the golden-eyed monster that never sleeps. It must be fed; it cannot be ignored.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: The giant Grof was hit in one eye by a stone, and that eye turned inward so that it looked into his mind, and he died of what he saw The giant Grof was hit in one eye by a stone, and that eye turned inward so that it looked into his mind, and he died of what he saw there. -Cyrin
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: He closed his grade book and asked hopefully, "What inspired you? Was it Hawthorne?"I stared at him. He had to be kidding. He closed his grade book and asked hopefully, "What inspired you? Was it Hawthorne?"
I stared at him. He had to be kidding.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: He had no place in the world, he said once, therefore he could go everywhere. He had no place in the world, he said once, therefore he could go everywhere.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Love and anger are like land and sea: They meet at many different places. Love and anger are like land and sea: They meet at many different places.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: Explain to me again," he begged," why we are here."She had told him once before; it had been like listening to a vivid, improbable dream. Explain to me again," he begged," why we are here."

She had told him once before; it had been like listening to a vivid, improbable dream.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: It was no warning, no judgment, simply her name, and she could have wept at the recognition of it. It was no warning, no judgment, simply her name, and she could have wept at the recognition of it.
Patricia A. McKillip quotes: I don't teach lies, but I do not teach all I know is true. I don't teach lies, but I do not teach all I know is true.