Bookish Love Famous Quotes & Sayings

9 Bookish Love Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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And to love such a librarian requires a surrendering to her eccentricities, a bowing to her pathological quietness, an obeisance to a reticence that is utterly untreatable. If you cannot commit to this sort of dedication, then let her be. Let her wander in wonder among her books and live out her days in her own world without you.Jesse Giles Christiansen Bookish Love Sayings By Jesse Giles Christiansen: And to love such a librarian requires a surrendering to her eccentricities, a bowing to
When my female friends are left
By horrid spouses and lovers,
I commiserate. I send gifts-
Powwow songs and poems- and wonder
Why my gorgeous friends cannot find
Someone who knows them as I do.
Is the whole world dead and blind?
I tell my friends, "I'd marry you
Tomorrow." I think I'm engaged
To thirty-six women, my harem:
Platonic, bookish, and enraged.
I love them! But it would scare them-
No, of course, they already know
That I can be just one more boy,
A toy warrior who explodes
Into silence and warpaths with joy.
Sherman Alexie Bookish Love Sayings By Sherman Alexie: When my female friends are leftBy horrid spouses and lovers,I commiserate. I send gifts-Powwow songs
Besides, all my New York friends were in the negative, nightmare position of putting down society and giving their tired bookish or political or psychoanalytical reasons, but Dean just raced in society, eager for bread and love.Jack Kerouac Bookish Love Sayings By Jack Kerouac: Besides, all my New York friends were in the negative, nightmare position of putting down
cold glassy surface of reality. I saw the gentle bookish boy you must have been, made old with tedium, wasted effort, unacknowledged kindnesses. I saw the tired, struggling righteousness of you. You were starving for want of love. You were a delicate, civilised changeling, raised among barbarians and apemen.Cathy Coote Bookish Love Sayings By Cathy Coote: cold glassy surface of reality. I saw the gentle bookish boy you must have been,
I could always give you a teaser. You bookish people love teasers, don't you?Jennifer L. Armentrout Bookish Love Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: I could always give you a teaser. You bookish people love teasers, don't you?
Love gives insight, Maggie, and insight often gives foreboding. Listen to me, let me supply you with books; do let me see you sometimes, be your brother and teacher, as you said at Lorton. It is less wrong that you should see me than that you should be committing this long suicide.George Eliot Bookish Love Sayings By George Eliot: Love gives insight, Maggie, and insight often gives foreboding. Listen to me, let me supply
I hope you will be surprised and knowing at once. I hope you'll always have love. I hope you'll always have a good sense of humour. I hope when people ask what you're going to do with your English and/or creative writing degree you'll say: Continue my bookish examination of the contradictions and complexities of human motivation and desire; or maybe just: Carry it with me, as I do everything that matters.Cheryl Strayed Bookish Love Sayings By Cheryl Strayed: I hope you will be surprised and knowing at once. I hope you'll always have
They were just so different, and she kept wondering if he'd realize this was a mistake at some point; if, once she stopped being the novelty, the random American, he would recognize who she really was -- a nerdy bookworm, a happy loner -- and move on.Jennifer E. Smith Bookish Love Sayings By Jennifer E. Smith: They were just so different, and she kept wondering if he'd realize this was a
Barristan Semly was not a bookish man, but he had often glanced through the pages of the White Book, where the deeds of his predecessors had been recorded. Some had been heroes, some weaklings, knaves, or cravens. Most were only men - quicker and stronger than most, more skilled with sword and shield, but still prey to pride, ambition, lust, love, anger, jealousy, greed for gold, hunger for power, and all the other failing that afflicted lesser mortals. The best of them overcame their flaws, did their duty, and died with their swords in their hands. The worst ...
The worst were those who played the game of thrones.
George R R Martin Bookish Love Sayings By George R R Martin: Barristan Semly was not a bookish man, but he had often glanced through the pages