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Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Christopher Columbus: I have come to believe that this is I have come to believe that this is a mighty continent which was hitherto unknown. — Christopher Columbus
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Phil Collins: We stayed in some pretty shabby places in We stayed in some pretty shabby places in Europe. — Phil Collins
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Gioachino Rossini: How wonderful opera would be if there were How wonderful opera would be if there were no singers. — Gioachino Rossini
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Kameron Hurley: Ras Tiegans fried everything, from grasshoppers to pickles Ras Tiegans fried everything, from grasshoppers to pickles to hunks of curried dog. — Kameron Hurley
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Mary Shelley: Of what a strange nature is knowledge! It Of what a strange nature is knowledge! It clings to a mind when it has once seized on it like a lichen on a rock.
- Frankenstein p115 — Mary Shelley
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Frederick Buechner: The preaching is part of the reason I The preaching is part of the reason I don't go to church. Plus, I don't know, it was never part of my tradition. — Frederick Buechner
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Erica Jong: My generation of young female writers discovered that My generation of young female writers discovered that we could dictate the form and content of our own fiction. — Erica Jong
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Greg Laurie: The kids (in the Jesus Movement) weren't singing The kids (in the Jesus Movement) weren't singing for themselves. It seemed like they were singing TO Someone. — Greg Laurie
Nature From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Quotes By Mary Shelley: The very winds whispered in soothing accents, and The very winds whispered in soothing accents, and maternal Nature bade me weep no more. — Mary Shelley