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Thomas Mallon Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Thomas Mallon quotes: I actually think that 'Bandbox,' by far the silliest of my books, is the best constructed of them. I actually think that 'Bandbox,' by far the silliest of my books, is the best constructed of them.
Thomas Mallon quotes: Cell phones, alas, have pretty much ruined train travel, which I used to love. I could read or even sketch notes for what I was working on. Cell phones, alas, have pretty much ruined train travel, which I used to love. I could read or even sketch notes for what I was working on.
Thomas Mallon quotes: 'National Review' came along, in '55, at the moment when American conservatism most needed it. 'National Review' came along, in '55, at the moment when American conservatism most needed it.
Thomas Mallon quotes: I've always got a novel under way, but if I try to work on it every day, exclusively, I falter. So I always keep more than one thing going. I've always got a novel under way, but if I try to work on it every day, exclusively, I falter. So I always keep more than one thing going.
Thomas Mallon quotes: (about Voltaire)...he was generally unbedeviled by any foolish consistency. (about Voltaire)...he was generally unbedeviled by any foolish consistency.
Thomas Mallon quotes: My house in Connecticut is very quiet, and when I'm trying to concentrate, I don't even allow the cat inside my second-floor study. My house in Connecticut is very quiet, and when I'm trying to concentrate, I don't even allow the cat inside my second-floor study.
Thomas Mallon quotes: The romantic appeal of solar sailing has ensured that its advocates consistently come from the worlds of both science fiction and science fact. The romantic appeal of solar sailing has ensured that its advocates consistently come from the worlds of both science fiction and science fact.
Thomas Mallon quotes: Letters had always defeated distance, but with the coming of e-mail, time seemed to be vanquished as well. Letters had always defeated distance, but with the coming of e-mail, time seemed to be vanquished as well.