A Face In The Crowd Quotes

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A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Vic James: Always look at the people, not at the Always look at the people, not at the mass. A face, not the crowd. Look at the world, not at the ground. Every little detail you see is a victory. — Vic James
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Rees Howells: You may live in a crowd but you You may live in a crowd but you meet God and face eternity alone — Rees Howells
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Nicholas Sparks: He was a solitary figure in a vast He was a solitary figure in a vast landscape while she was a face in a nameless crowd. — Nicholas Sparks
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Winston Graham: Names are important. They have to be neither Names are important. They have to be neither too ordinary nor too queer, just a name, like a face, that'll go along with the crowd. — Winston Graham
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By John Pepper Clark: We fall. All casualties of the war, Because We fall.
All casualties of the war,
Because we cannot hear each other speak,
Because eyes have ceased to see the face from the crowd. — John Pepper Clark
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Anonymous: His eyes search the crowd until they find His eyes search the crowd until they find my face. My heartbeat lives in my throat; lives in my cheeks. — Anonymous
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Embee: Jayden shoved through the crowd and pulled me Jayden shoved through the crowd and pulled me to my feet. I hadn't realized I was crying until he wiped a tear from my face. What happened? — Embee
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By Peyton Reed: I forgive 'Face in the Crowd' its uneven I forgive 'Face in the Crowd' its uneven tone because it's precisely what makes it feel unlike other Kazan movies. — Peyton Reed
A Face In The Crowd Quotes By S.A. Tawks: If I hadn't worked up the courage to If I hadn't worked up the courage to talk to Christy, she most likely would have been a pretty face that disappeared back into the crowd. — S.A. Tawks