Stoker Best Quotes

Collection of top 30 famous quotes about Stoker Best

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: I'm a hard nut to crack, and I I'm a hard nut to crack, and I take it standing up. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: I have crossed oceans of time to find I have crossed oceans of time to find you. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: May I cut off the head of dead May I cut off the head of dead Miss Lucy? — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Oliver Jackson-Cohen: I went to a French school, so we I went to a French school, so we didn't study Bram Stoker there. I just thought it was a genius thing. — Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: No man knows till he experiences it, what No man knows till he experiences it, what it is like to feel his own life-blood drawn away into the woman he loves. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Or else the fatalities of the night would Or else the fatalities of the night would have increased manifold. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: It may be ordained that we have many It may be ordained that we have many nights and days to follow, if full of peril, but we must go on, and from no danger shall we shrink. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Whatever may happen, it must be of new Whatever may happen, it must be of new hope or of new courage to me! — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Take me away from all this Death. Take me away from all this Death. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: I felt that it was getting very late I felt that it was getting very late indeed, but I did not say anything, for I felt under obligation to meet my host's wishes in ever way. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: And then he cried, till he laughed again, And then he cried, till he laughed again, and laughed and cried together, just as a woman does. I — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: I have a sort of empty feeling; nothing I have a sort of empty feeling; nothing in the world seems of sufficient importance to be worth the doing. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: All I could see was the warm grey All I could see was the warm grey of quickening sky. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: I suppose a cry does us all good I suppose a cry does us all good at times-clears the air as other rain does. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: DRACULA A Mystery Story by Bram Stoker DRACULA A Mystery Story by Bram Stoker — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Still, your mind works true, and argues not Still, your mind works true, and argues not a particulari ad universale. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: There was one great tomb more lordly than There was one great tomb more lordly than all the rest; huge it was, and nobly proportioned. On it was but one word, DRACULA. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Then the horror overcame me, and I sank Then the horror overcame me, and I sank down unconscious. CHAPTER — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: And the young do not tell themselves to And the young do not tell themselves to the young, but to the old, like me, who have known so many sorrows and the causes of them. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Stepping forth to replenish it, for now the Stepping forth to replenish it, for now the snow came in flying sweeps — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: We've all become god's madmen, all of us. We've all become god's madmen, all of us. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Best Quotes By Bram Stoker: Towards morning I slept and was wakened by Towards morning I slept and was wakened by the continuous knocking at my door, so I guess — Bram Stoker