Adam Trask Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Adam Trask Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Seems to me you put too much stock in the affairs of children. It probably didn't mean
anything."
"Yes, it meant something." Then he said, "Mr. Trask, do you think the thoughts of
people suddenly become important at a given age? Do you have sharper feelings or clearer thoughts now than when you were ten? Do you see as well, hear as well, taste as vitally?"
"Maybe you're right," said Adam.
"It's one of the great fallacies, it seems to me," said Lee, "that time gives much of anything but years and sadness to a man."
"And memory."
"Yes, memory. Without that, time would be unarmed against us.
John Steinbeck Adam Trask Sayings By John Steinbeck: Seems to me you put too much stock in the affairs of children. It probably
Adam Trask to Cathy: "You know about the ugliness in people. You showed me the pictures. You use all the sad, weak parts of a man, and God knows he has them." ... "But you-yes, that's right- you don't know about the rest. You don't believe I brought you the letter because I don't want your money. You don't believe I love you. And the men who come to you here with their ugliness, the men in the pictures- you don't believe those men could have goodness and beauty in them. You see only one side, and you think-more than that, you're sure- that's all there is.'
" ... I seem to know that there's a part of you missing. Some men can't see the colour green, but they may never know they can't. I think you are only part of a human. I can't do anything about that. ut I wonder whether you ever feel that something invisible is all around you. It would be horrible if you knew it was there and couldn't see or feel it. That would be horrible.
John Steinbeck Adam Trask Sayings By John Steinbeck: Adam Trask to Cathy: "You know about the ugliness in people. You showed me the
Adam fluttered like a bewildered bee confused by too many flowers.John Steinbeck Adam Trask Sayings By John Steinbeck: Adam fluttered like a bewildered bee confused by too many flowers.
I wonder if he had a Cathy and who see was.John Steinbeck Adam Trask Sayings By John Steinbeck: I wonder if he had a Cathy and who see was.
I wonder if he had a Cathy and who she was.John Steinbeck Adam Trask Sayings By John Steinbeck: I wonder if he had a Cathy and who she was.
The little engine roared and then stopped. Adam sat back for a moment, limp but proud, before he got out.
The postmaster looked out between the bars of his golden grill. "I see you've got one of the damn things," he said.
"Have to keep up with the times," said Adam.
"I predict there'll come a time when you can't find a horse, Mr. Trask."
"Maybe so."
They'll change the face of the countryside. They get their clatter into everything," the postmaster went on.
John Steinbeck Adam Trask Sayings By John Steinbeck: The little engine roared and then stopped. Adam sat back for a moment, limp but