Sofia Samatar Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Sofia Samatar

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Sofia Samatar quotes: His exaltation left no room for the human. His exaltation left no room for the human.
Sofia Samatar quotes: It was "a shape to make men weep," wrote Firdred of Bain when he first saw it: "exactly the shape of a desecrated sea. It was "a shape to make men weep," wrote Firdred of Bain when he first saw it: "exactly the shape of a desecrated sea.
Sofia Samatar quotes: The tunneling entrance curves before it opens into this space and there is absolute, waiting, coiled, and sentient blackness. The tunneling entrance curves before it opens into this space and there is absolute, waiting, coiled, and sentient blackness.
Sofia Samatar quotes: All through my journey his stories had fallen like snow. He was as full of them as a library with unmarked shelves. He was a talking book. All through my journey his stories had fallen like snow. He was as full of them as a library with unmarked shelves. He was a talking book.
Sofia Samatar quotes: Words are sublime, and in books we may commune with the dead. Beyond this there is nothing true, no voices we can hear. Words are sublime, and in books we may commune with the dead. Beyond this there is nothing true, no voices we can hear.
Sofia Samatar quotes: It is ... courage to choose not what will make us happy, but what is precious. It is ... courage to choose not what will make us happy, but what is precious.
Sofia Samatar quotes: I sat down in the wilderness with my books, and wept for joy. I sat down in the wilderness with my books, and wept for joy.
Sofia Samatar quotes: [h]ope, like a desert aloe. Hope, stubborn and bitter to the taste. That hides water. That bears the drought. An ugly plant with the power to heal. [h]ope, like a desert aloe. Hope, stubborn and bitter to the taste. That hides water. That bears the drought. An ugly plant with the power to heal.
Sofia Samatar quotes: Those who spend long hours engaged in reading or writing should not be spoken to for seven hours afterward. Those who spend long hours engaged in reading or writing should not be spoken to for seven hours afterward.