Maudie's Quotes

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Maudie's Quotes By Harper Lee: Miss Maudie's hand closed tightly on mine, and Miss Maudie's hand closed tightly on mine, and I said nothing. Its warmth was enough. — Harper Lee
Maudie's Quotes By Lucy Grealy: Anxiety and anticipation, I was to learn, are Anxiety and anticipation, I was to learn, are the essential ingredients in suffering from pain, as opposed to feeling pain pure and simple. — Lucy Grealy
Maudie's Quotes By Mollie King: I would like to live in New York I would like to live in New York - it is my favourite city; I love it. — Mollie King
Maudie's Quotes By Guy Gavriel Kay: One didn't stop to talk with creatures from One didn't stop to talk with creatures from one's nightmares. — Guy Gavriel Kay
Maudie's Quotes By Mark Vonnegut: Having their feelings make sense is how people Having their feelings make sense is how people get their kicks. — Mark Vonnegut
Maudie's Quotes By Alexandre Dumas: So he went down, smiling sceptically and mutter So he went down, smiling sceptically and mutter the final word in human wisdom: 'Perhaps! — Alexandre Dumas
Maudie's Quotes By Harper Lee: Don't you oh well me,sir," Miss Maudie replied, Don't you oh well me,sir," Miss Maudie replied, recognizing Jem's fatalistic noises, "you are not old enough to appreciate what I said. — Harper Lee
Maudie's Quotes By Jonah Winter: Pages and pages and pages with words all Pages and pages and pages with words all over the pages. My goodness, what fun. What fun to write whatever words occur. — Jonah Winter
Maudie's Quotes By Helen Oyeyemi: I hate that my life is teaching me I hate that my life is teaching me that I can only be loved if I put my love out of reach and just drift above people until they love my remoteness. — Helen Oyeyemi
Maudie's Quotes By Stephen Sondheim: I'm interested in the theater because I'm interested I'm interested in the theater because I'm interested in communication with audiences. Otherwise I would be in concert music. — Stephen Sondheim