William Nicholson Quotes

Top 18 wise famous quotes and sayings by William Nicholson

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William Nicholson quotes: I am as I am. The world is as it is. Whether I am content with that has very little to do with it. I am as I am. The world is as it is. Whether I am content with that has very little to do with it.
William Nicholson quotes: The English seem to think drinking wine is like committing adultery, something you do rarely and abroad. The English seem to think drinking wine is like committing adultery, something you do rarely and abroad.
William Nicholson quotes: If you die, I'll die.' 'But is you live, I'll live.' - Bowman and Kestrel, Firesong If you die, I'll die.' 'But is you live, I'll live.' - Bowman and Kestrel, Firesong
William Nicholson quotes: I have no future,' said Hanno. 'I need no prophecy. You talk too much, woman. I have no future,' said Hanno. 'I need no prophecy. You talk too much, woman.
William Nicholson quotes: We write to know we are not alone We write to know we are not alone
William Nicholson quotes: We are the slaves of slaves We are the slaves of slaves
William Nicholson quotes: We read to know that we are not alone. We read to know that we are not alone.
William Nicholson quotes: Everyone deserves to be the hero of a novel. Everyone deserves to be the hero of a novel.
William Nicholson quotes: Experience is a brutal teacher, but you learn fast. Experience is a brutal teacher, but you learn fast.
William Nicholson quotes: We read to know we're not alone. We read to know we're not alone.
William Nicholson quotes: There are dozens of great American writers who write about the family. There are dozens of great American writers who write about the family.
William Nicholson quotes: Jack. What you said about endings. Jack. What you said about endings.
William Nicholson quotes: There is this notion that the lives of the comfortable-off middle class don't merit being treated seriously and with compassion. There is this notion that the lives of the comfortable-off middle class don't merit being treated seriously and with compassion.
William Nicholson quotes: Use your power gently. Use your power gently.