Butor Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Butor Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Butor Sayings By Dick Gregory: Love is man's natural endowment, but he doesn't know how to use it. He refuses Love is man's natural endowment, but he doesn't know how to use it. He refuses to recognize the power of love because of his love of power. — Dick Gregory
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Butor Sayings By Inio Asano: Isn't it better to regret things you've done, than regret things you've never even tried? Isn't it better to regret things you've done, than regret things you've never even tried? — Inio Asano
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Butor Sayings By Kristen McMain Oaks: As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints we have a responsibility As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints we have a responsibility to make our moment bright and to live to ur full potential, married or not. — Kristen McMain Oaks
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Butor Sayings By James Blunt: I have been told by people that I should not be seen clubbing with good-looking I have been told by people that I should not be seen clubbing with good-looking women, but I can't see why not. Why be a pop star otherwise? — James Blunt
Butor Sayings By Jesy Nelson: I try never to compare myself to other people. I just think this is who I try never to compare myself to other people. I just think this is who I am. You are happier when you think that way. — Jesy Nelson
Butor Sayings By C. Fillingham Coxwell: It is quite in the order of things in folk-tales . . . that a It is quite in the order of things in folk-tales . . . that a parent should purchase his own safety by sacrificing his son to a ferocious animal or to a supernatural enemy. — C. Fillingham Coxwell
Butor Sayings By Harvey Penick: All seasoned players know, or at least have felt, that when you are playing your All seasoned players know, or at least have felt, that when you are playing your best, you are much the same as in a state of meditation. You are free of tension and chatter. You are concentrating on one thing. It is the ideal condition for good golf. — Harvey Penick
Butor Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: Wipe out the imagination. Stop the pulling of the strings. Confine thyself to the present. Wipe out the imagination. Stop the pulling of the strings. Confine thyself to the present. Understand well what happens either to thee or to another. Divide and distribute every object into the causal (formal) and the material. Think of thy last hour. Let the wrong which is done by a man stay there where the wrong was done. Direct — Marcus Aurelius
Butor Sayings By Michel Butor: Every word written is a victory against Death. Every word written is a victory against Death. — Michel Butor
Butor Sayings By Robertson Davies: So Leola thought that a modest romance with a hero in embryo could do no So Leola thought that a modest romance with a hero in embryo could do no harm - might even be a patriotic duty. — Robertson Davies
Butor Sayings By Susan Rothenberg: Sometimes the painting starts to relate very directly to either sights seen or experiences felt, Sometimes the painting starts to relate very directly to either sights seen or experiences felt, other times it just goes off on a tangent that you really can't articulate. — Susan Rothenberg
Butor Sayings By Desmond Tutu: Forgiveness is the grace by which you enable the other person to get up and Forgiveness is the grace by which you enable the other person to get up and get up with dignity, to begin anew. — Desmond Tutu
Butor Sayings By Vincente Minnelli: I made three films with Douglas, two with Charles Boyer. I made three films with Douglas, two with Charles Boyer. — Vincente Minnelli
Butor Sayings By Michel Butor: Novel is a particular form of narrative./ And narrative is a phenomenon which extends considerably Novel is a particular form of narrative./ And narrative is a phenomenon which extends considerably beyond the scope of literature; it is one of the essential constituents of our understanding of reality. From the time we begin to understand language until our death, we are perpetually surrounded by narratives, first of all in our family, then at school, then through our encounters with people and reading.
- The Novel as Research. (1968) — Michel Butor
Butor Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: In the year Ten Million, according to Koradubian, there would be a tremendous house-cleaning. All In the year Ten Million, according to Koradubian, there would be a tremendous house-cleaning. All records relating to the period between the death of Christ and the year One Million A.D. would be hauled to the dumps and burned. This would be done, said Koradubian, because museums and archives would be crowding the living right off the Earth. The million-year period to which the burned junk related would be summed up in history books in one sentence, according to Koradubian: Following the death of Jesus Christ, there was a period of readjustment that lasted for approximately one million years. — Kurt Vonnegut