Literature And Language Quotes

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Literature And Language Quotes By Jeanette Winterson: Language is a finding-place not a hiding place. Language is a finding-place not a hiding place. Jeanette Winterson
Literature And Language Quotes By John Okechukwu Munonye: We may differ in the language we speak, We may differ in the language we speak, yet we all remain children of the land. John Okechukwu Munonye
Literature And Language Quotes By Jennifer Stone: All media can muddy the mind. Language leads All media can muddy the mind. Language leads to literature. It also leads to dogma. Jennifer Stone
Literature And Language Quotes By Muriel Barbery: I thought: pity the poor in spirit who I thought: pity the poor in spirit who know neither the enchantment nor the beauty of language. Muriel Barbery
Literature And Language Quotes By Pramoedya Ananta Toer: Painting is literature in colors. Literature is painting Painting is literature in colors. Literature is painting in language. — Pramoedya Ananta Toer
Literature And Language Quotes By Terry Eagleton: It is language which speaks in literature, in It is language which speaks in literature, in all its swarming 'polysemic' plurality, not the author himself. — Terry Eagleton
Literature And Language Quotes By Subhan Zein: Once God wrote a story that shook the Once
God wrote a story
that shook the heaven to the very core.
Love was the only language used;
You and I
were the only characters. — Subhan Zein
Literature And Language Quotes By Anthony Burgess: Literature is the aesthetic exploitation of language Literature is the aesthetic exploitation of language — Anthony Burgess
Literature And Language Quotes By Carlos Fuentes: Nor is the limitation of what is sayable Nor is the limitation of what is sayable a limit to the doable: this last is the possibility of literature. — Carlos Fuentes
Literature And Language Quotes By Gaston Bachelard: To feel most beautifully alive means to be To feel most beautifully alive means to be reading something beautiful, ready always to apprehend in the flow of language the sudden flash of poetry. — Gaston Bachelard
Literature And Language Quotes By Joseph Bottum: Anything that keeps old words in circulation is Anything that keeps old words in circulation is to be treasured, the French revolution be damned. — Joseph Bottum
Literature And Language Quotes By Mark Twain: I would rather decline two drinks than one I would rather decline two drinks than one German adjective. — Mark Twain
Literature And Language Quotes By Pat Conroy: I have read like a man on fire I have read like a man on fire my whole life because the genius of English teachers touched me with the dazzling beauty of language. — Pat Conroy
Literature And Language Quotes By J.A. Burrow: Language is the medium of literature, and the Language is the medium of literature, and the state of the language at any time can hardly fail to carry literary consequences. — J.A. Burrow
Literature And Language Quotes By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Cats speak the language of comfort and coolness Cats speak the language of comfort and coolness and therefore we feel comfortable and cool whenever we see a cat! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Literature And Language Quotes By Anthony Burgess: Language exists less to record the actual than Language exists less to record the actual than to liberate the imagination. — Anthony Burgess
Literature And Language Quotes By Kshitij Shringi: Even English Language doesn't provide you with the Even English Language doesn't provide you with the Synonyms of the word Success. — Kshitij Shringi
Literature And Language Quotes By Richard Brookhiser: God produced great writing, a matter of first God produced great writing, a matter of first importance to a man like Lincoln, ever impressed with the nature of cause and forces. — Richard Brookhiser
Literature And Language Quotes By Northrop Frye: Literature speaks the language of the imagination, and Literature speaks the language of the imagination, and the study of literature is supposed to train and improve the imagination. — Northrop Frye
Literature And Language Quotes By Thomas Bulfinch: Without a knowledge of mythology much of the Without a knowledge of mythology much of the elegant literature of our own language cannot be understood and appreciated. — Thomas Bulfinch
Literature And Language Quotes By Tessa Jowell: Our language and literature are without a doubt Our language and literature are without a doubt Britain's greatest contribution to the cultural heritage of the world. — Tessa Jowell
Literature And Language Quotes By Annie Besant: Representative institutions are as much a part of Representative institutions are as much a part of the true Briton as his language and his literature. — Annie Besant
Literature And Language Quotes By Lance Conrad: Great language and great literature do not survive Great language and great literature do not survive long without each other — Lance Conrad
Literature And Language Quotes By George Orwell: Literature, especially poetry, and lyric poetry most of Literature, especially poetry, and lyric poetry most of all, is a kind of family joke, with little or no value outside its own language-group. — George Orwell
Literature And Language Quotes By Edwin Muir: The curse of Scottish literature is the lack The curse of Scottish literature is the lack of a whole language, which finally means the lack of a whole mind. — Edwin Muir
Literature And Language Quotes By Anurag Shourie: The time is ripe for young Indian authors The time is ripe for young Indian authors writing in the English language. — Anurag Shourie
Literature And Language Quotes By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: Thus, literature, together with language, preserves and protects Thus, literature, together with language, preserves and protects a nation's soul. — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Literature And Language Quotes By David Quammen: Mathematics to me is like a language I Mathematics to me is like a language I don't speak though I admire its literature in translation. — David Quammen
Literature And Language Quotes By D.H. Lawrence: When I read Shakespeare I am struck with When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder that such trivial people should muse and thunder in such lovely language. — D.H. Lawrence
Literature And Language Quotes By Evelyn Waugh: Literature is the right use of language irrespective Literature is the right use of language irrespective of the subject or reason of utterance. — Evelyn Waugh
Literature And Language Quotes By Jeanette Winterson: A tough life needs a tough language - A tough life needs a tough language - and that is what poetry is. That is what literature offers - a language powerful enough to say how it is. — Jeanette Winterson
Literature And Language Quotes By Eowyn Ivey: A boy trying out a man's language. A boy trying out a man's language. — Eowyn Ivey
Literature And Language Quotes By Henry James: Summer afternoon - summer afternoon; to me those Summer afternoon - summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language. — Henry James
Literature And Language Quotes By Ezra Pound: Great literature is simply language charged with meaning Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree. — Ezra Pound
Literature And Language Quotes By George Bernard Shaw: In literature the ambition of the novice is In literature the ambition of the novice is to acquire the literary language; the struggle of the adept is to get rid of it. — George Bernard Shaw
Literature And Language Quotes By Amish Tripathi: There is a wealth of readership for regional There is a wealth of readership for regional language literature in India that is not given importance. We must give respect to our own languages. — Amish Tripathi
Literature And Language Quotes By Patrick White: In general,' Voss replied, 'it is necessary to In general,' Voss replied, 'it is necessary to communicate without knowledge of the language. — Patrick White
Literature And Language Quotes By Jean-Jacques Annaud: I think it is a mistake to identify I think it is a mistake to identify a movie according to its language, as if movies were literature. — Jean-Jacques Annaud
Literature And Language Quotes By Ezra Pound: Literature is language charged with meaning Literature is language charged with meaning — Ezra Pound
Literature And Language Quotes By Michel Foucault: I have not tried to write the history I have not tried to write the history of that language, but rather the archaeology of that silence. — Michel Foucault