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Stoker 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 Quotes By Bram Stoker: I have crossed oceans of time to find I have crossed oceans of time to find you. — Bram Stoker
Stoker 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 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 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 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 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 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 Quotes By Bram Stoker: Take me away from all this Death. Take me away from all this Death. — Bram Stoker
Stoker 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 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 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 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 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 Quotes By Bram Stoker: DRACULA A Mystery Story by Bram Stoker DRACULA A Mystery Story by Bram StokerBram Stoker
Stoker 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 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 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 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 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 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 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
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: When the Count saw my face, his eyes When the Count saw my face, his eyes blazed with a sort of demoniac fury, and he suddenly made a grab at my throat. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Unconscious cerebration was doing its work, even with Unconscious cerebration was doing its work, even with the lunatic. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Dacre Stoker: Secrets are like flowers buried under snow. Eventually Secrets are like flowers buried under snow. Eventually they rise up and push through into the light. — Dacre Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: They were made by Miss Lucy! They were made by Miss Lucy! — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: The inscrutable laws of sex have so arranged The inscrutable laws of sex have so arranged that even a timid woman is not afraid of a fierce and haughty man. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: It seems to me that the further East It seems to me that the further East you go the more unpunctual are the trains. What ought they to be in China? - Jonathan Harker — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Edmund Morris: [Bram Stoker] wrote in his diary: Must be [Bram Stoker] wrote in his diary: Must be President some day. A man you can't cajole, can't frighten, can't buy. — Edmund Morris
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Sleep has no place it can call its Sleep has no place it can call its own. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: There is a reason why all things are There is a reason why all things are as they are. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By John Stoker: Most of us are so focused on what Most of us are so focused on what we are thinking that we miss most of what goes on in our conversations. — John Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Shannon Stoker: Beauty may fade, intellect dulls, but your spirit, Beauty may fade, intellect dulls, but your spirit, that will live on forever, — Shannon Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: the diary of a doctor who the diary of a doctor who — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Love is, after all, a selfish thing; and Love is, after all, a selfish thing; and it throws a black shadow on anything between which and the light it stands. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By John Stoker: Awareness is about improving social intelligence. If you Awareness is about improving social intelligence. If you can't see, hear, or feel the dynamics of a conversation, you can't manage them. — John Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Water sleeps, and the enemy is sleepless. Water sleeps, and the enemy is sleepless. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: There is hardly a foot of soil in There is hardly a foot of soil in all this region that has not been enriched by the blood of men, patriots or invaders. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I want to cut off her head and I want to cut off her head and take out her heart. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: And yet, unless my senses deceive me, the And yet, unless my senses deceive me, the old centuries had, and have, powers of their own which mere "modernity" cannot kill. Later: — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I bear messages which will make both your I bear messages which will make both your ears tingle. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: It is too great a strain for a It is too great a strain for a woman to bear. I did not think so at first, but I know better now. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: My only doubt was as to whether any My only doubt was as to whether any dream could be more terrible than the unnatural, horrible net of gloom and mystery which seemed closing around me. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I promise. and as I said it I I promise. and as I said it I felt that from that instant a door had been shut between us. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: When I came in he threw himself on When I came in he threw himself on his knees before me and implored me to let him have a cat; that his salvation depended upon it. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: ...the passing gleams of the moonlight between the ...the passing gleams of the moonlight between the scudding clouds crossing and passing, [are] like the gladness and sorrow of a man's life. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: A kitten, a nice, little, sleek playful kitten, A kitten, a nice, little, sleek playful kitten, that I can play with, and teach, and feed, and feed, and feed! — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: She had been to a tea-party with an She had been to a tea-party with an antediluvian monster, and that they had been waited on by up-to-date men-servants. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: The devils at once, it matters not. We The devils at once, it matters not. We must fight him all the same. He went to the hall door for his bag, and together we went up to Lucy's room. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: When Mrs. Harker came in to see me When Mrs. Harker came in to see me this afternoon she wasn't the same. It was like tea after the teapot has been watered. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Passed to my room and went to bed, Passed to my room and went to bed, and, strange to say, slept without dreaming. Despair has its own calms. 31 — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: The man is an undeveloped homicidal maniac. The man is an undeveloped homicidal maniac. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Feeling as though my own brain were unhinged Feeling as though my own brain were unhinged or as if the shock had
come which must end in its undoing, — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: Chasing an errant swarm of bees is nothing Chasing an errant swarm of bees is nothing to following a naked lunatic when the fit of escaping is upon him! — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: There are mysteries which men can only guess There are mysteries which men can only guess at, which age by age they may solve only in part. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: How many of us begin a new record How many of us begin a new record with each day of our lives? — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I do not, as you know, take sufficient I do not, as you know, take sufficient interest in dress to be able to describe the new fashions. Dress is a bore. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By John Stoker: Authority - when abused through micromanagement, intimidation, or Authority - when abused through micromanagement, intimidation, or verbal or nonverbal threats - makes people shut down & productivity ceases. — John Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I want you to believe ... to believe I want you to believe ... to believe in things that you cannot. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I am Dracula;and i bid you welcome,Mr. Harker,to I am Dracula;and i bid you welcome,Mr. Harker,to my house. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: My dearest Mina, Oceans of love and millions My dearest Mina, Oceans of love and millions of kisses, — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I go no further than to say that I go no further than to say that she might be UnDead. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: The Dead travel fast. The Dead travel fast. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: He means to succeed, and a man who He means to succeed, and a man who has centuries before him can afford to wait and to go slow. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: For it is in the arcana of dreams For it is in the arcana of dreams that existences merge and renew themselves, change and yet keep the same. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: I had heard that madmen have unnatural strength. I had heard that madmen have unnatural strength. And as I knew I was a madman, at times anyhow, I resolved to use my power. — Bram Stoker
Stoker Quotes By Bram Stoker: why are men so noble when we women why are men so noble when we women are so little worthy of them? — Bram Stoker