Samantha Harvey Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Samantha Harvey

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Samantha Harvey quotes: Socrates, after all, could be an intensely annoying man, all the time questioning passers-by until they became exasperated. Socrates, after all, could be an intensely annoying man, all the time questioning passers-by until they became exasperated.
Samantha Harvey quotes: I conceived 'All Is Song' as a modernised, loosely interpreted version of Socrates's life. I conceived 'All Is Song' as a modernised, loosely interpreted version of Socrates's life.
Samantha Harvey quotes: The sense of one's past is so strong and forms our sense of self so strongly, it will always fascinate, elude and confuse me. The sense of one's past is so strong and forms our sense of self so strongly, it will always fascinate, elude and confuse me.
Samantha Harvey quotes: Being published is a bit like being entered into a race you don't even want to run, but, once running, can't help but not want to lose. Being published is a bit like being entered into a race you don't even want to run, but, once running, can't help but not want to lose.
Samantha Harvey quotes: As the U.S., much of Europe, and the U.K. shift toward the political right, the rhetoric grows more insular, defensive, and protective. As the U.S., much of Europe, and the U.K. shift toward the political right, the rhetoric grows more insular, defensive, and protective.
Samantha Harvey quotes: Monologues are self-verifying and self-referencing, a world in their own right, one with its own internal logic that strengthens with reiteration. Monologues are self-verifying and self-referencing, a world in their own right, one with its own internal logic that strengthens with reiteration.