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Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Lord Chesterfield: The nation looked upon him as a deserter, The nation looked upon him as a deserter, and he shrunk into insignificancy and an earldom. — Lord Chesterfield
Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Kitty Kelley: It would be morally reprehensible not to tell It would be morally reprehensible not to tell the truth ... Everything I have written has stood the test of time. — Kitty Kelley
Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Tom Landry: The quality of a man's life is in The quality of a man's life is in direct proportion to his commitment to excellence. — Tom Landry
Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Harry S. Truman: I'm the ultimately responsible person in this organization. I'm the ultimately responsible person in this organization. Other people can pass the buck to me, but I can't pass the buck to anyone else. — Harry S. Truman
Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Rumi: Stop acting so small. You are the universe Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion. — Rumi
Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Alexander Pope: In lazy apathy let stoics boast, their virtue In lazy apathy let stoics boast, their virtue fixed, 'tis fixed as in a frost. — Alexander Pope
Why Books Are Bad In Fahrenheit 451 Quotes By Alexis Korner: In 1940 I came across a record by In 1940 I came across a record by Jimmy Yancey. I can't say how important that record is. From then on, all I wanted to do was play the blues. — Alexis Korner