Edith Pargeter Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Edith Pargeter Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Edith Pargeter Sayings: This new approach, it seemed, was not to be made so publicly, not to be This new approach, it seemed, was not to be made so publicly, not to be exposed to the expedient treason of little devious minds far removed from the battlefields on which honest men met, and contended, and killed one another without malice.
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Edith Pargeter Sayings: Well, do as you think best. That's every man's right and duty. But for me, Well, do as you think best. That's every man's right and duty. But for me, I pledge you now I will not surrender one grain of my rights. What I took, I took and by God, I'll keep it, too. Take her home tomorrow, Archie, and never look back to watch what I do, for you know it before. I would not give him one knigh who had confided himself to me and none other, much less you. Only over my dead body," said Hotspur hardily, eye to eye with the friend he had made under Homildon Hill, "will King Henry ever claim you as his prisoner.
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Edith Pargeter Sayings: What is there," Owain wondered aloud, to the sky above him and the soil below, What is there," Owain wondered aloud, to the sky above him and the soil below, "persuades this man still that my words do not mean what they seem to mean in sane men's ears?
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Edith Pargeter Sayings: A dead eagle he might have buried, but he had chosen rather to light a A dead eagle he might have buried, but he had chosen rather to light a fire for a phoenix.
Edith Pargeter Sayings: Learn humility, while there's yet time': those were the last of the abbot's words he Learn humility, while there's yet time
': those were the last of the abbot's words he had waited to hear. All very well, he thought, to be humble in accepting one's own pain and deprivation, perhaps, but what right have I, what right has he, to make a virtue of meekness when it will be Adam who suffers? I call that cheap humility.
Edith Pargeter Sayings: He sat staring before him, seeing nothing but a long line of Mortimers, inexhaustable and He sat staring before him, seeing nothing but a long line of Mortimers, inexhaustable and prolific to the end of time.
Edith Pargeter Sayings: Not his match! And have you not the heart in you to be anything but Not his match! And have you not the heart in you to be anything but best? How many are his match? How many in this world do you think stand in the front rank? Are all the rest of us to give up and sit on our hands rather than serve humbly where we deserve?