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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Stephen Covey: For every thousand hacking at the leaves of evil, there is one striking at the For every thousand hacking at the leaves of evil, there is one striking at the root - Thoreau — Stephen Covey
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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Geoffrey Harvey: Hardy's astonishing technical versatility has won the admiration of major poets from Ezra Pound and Hardy's astonishing technical versatility has won the admiration of major poets from Ezra Pound and Cecil Day Lewis to Philip Larkin. Among other genres he employs the lyric, narrative, ballads, and the sonnet. He also moves easily between the amplitude of dramatic monologue and the compression of imagism. He experiments continually with an ingenious variety of stanza forms and rhyme schemes, rejecting the fluidity of contemporary poetry for his own idiosyncratic style, based on a real understanding of the variety of speech rhythms and registers. Each individual poem is designed to express in its language and form, and with utter honesty, Hardy's impressions of life. — Geoffrey Harvey
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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Margaret Stohl: I think, to give our bookshelf a little credit, our area of the library and I think, to give our bookshelf a little credit, our area of the library and the bookstore has attracted stronger writers as it's started to thrive. — Margaret Stohl
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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By C.S. Quinn: It was typical, he thought, that it had come to this. One minute he was It was typical, he thought, that it had come to this. One minute he was happily selling forged certificates and making good money and the next he was forced to choose between torture, amputation or leaping into a pile of corpses. It was the kind of thing which always seemed to be happening to him. — C.S. Quinn
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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Octavio Paz: Watching I watch myself, what I see is my creation as though entering through my Watching I watch myself, what I see is my creation as though entering through my eyes perception is conception into an eye more crystal clear water of thoughts, what I watch watches me, I am the creation of what I see — Octavio Paz
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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Uta Barth: I keep trying to find ways to shift the viewer's attention away from the object I keep trying to find ways to shift the viewer's attention away from the object they are looking at and toward their own perceptual process in relation to that object. The question for me always is: how can I make you aware of your own activity of looking, instead of losing your attention to thoughts about what it is that you are looking at? — Uta Barth
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Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Louis Auchincloss: Great lecturers seldom hesitate to use dramatic tricks to enshrine their precepts in the minds Great lecturers seldom hesitate to use dramatic tricks to enshrine their precepts in the minds of their audiences, and at Yale perhaps Chauncey B. Tinker was the most noted. To read one of his lectures was like reading a monologue of the great actress Ruth Draper
you missed the main point. You missed the drop in his voice as he approached the death in Rome of the tubercular Keats; you missed the shaking tone in which he described the poet's agony for the absent Fanny with him his love had never been consummated; you missed the grim silence of the end. — Louis Auchincloss
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: At first glance, the key and the lock it fits may seem very different," Sazed At first glance, the key and the lock it fits may seem very different," Sazed said. "Different in shape, different in function, different in design. The man who looks at them without knowledge of their true nature might think them opposites, for one is meant to open, and the other to keep closed. Yet, upon closer examination he might see that without one, the other becomes useless. The wise man then sees that both lock and key were created for the same purpose. — Brandon Sanderson
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Antoine De Saint-Exupery: You become responsible for a long time for what you've tamed. You become responsible for a long time for what you've tamed. — Antoine De Saint-Exupery
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Dario Argento: For a long time, censors have been cutting my works. This makes me so sad, For a long time, censors have been cutting my works. This makes me so sad, because many times they will tell me, 'Television won't like, so we have to cut, cut, cut!' — Dario Argento
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Norman Lock: Theatre aside, my penchant for the extended monologue began with my reading of Browning's dramatic Theatre aside, my penchant for the extended monologue began with my reading of Browning's dramatic monologues, in high school. My inclination to adopt the form for prose was confirmed by Richard Howard's book of dramatic monologues, Untitled Subjects. — Norman Lock
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Pope Francis: I beg the Lord to grant us more politicians who are genuinely disturbed by the I beg the Lord to grant us more politicians who are genuinely disturbed by the state of society, the people, the lives of the poor! — Pope Francis
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By William Wordsworth: Not without hope we suffer and we mourn. Not without hope we suffer and we mourn. — William Wordsworth
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Samuel Johnson: The wickedness of a loose or profane author is more atrocious than that of a The wickedness of a loose or profane author is more atrocious than that of a giddy libertine or drunken ravisher, not only because it extends its effects wider, as a pestilence that taints the air is more destructive than poison infused in a draught, but because it is committed with cool deliberation. — Samuel Johnson
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Victor Ponta: Ever since I took to the streets when I was 17 to protest at great Ever since I took to the streets when I was 17 to protest at great personal risk against the communist dictatorship, I have been a passionate democrat. — Victor Ponta
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Pope Benedict XVI: is Mary, the lowly virgin from Nazareth, in whom a new beginning takes place, in is Mary, the lowly virgin from Nazareth, in whom a new beginning takes place, in whom human existence starts afresh. — Pope Benedict XVI
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Cate Marvin: Confessional poetry is, to my mind, more slippery than poems that are sloppily autobiographical; I Confessional poetry is, to my mind, more slippery than poems that are sloppily autobiographical; I find the confessional mode much more akin to dramatic monologue. — Cate Marvin
Dramatic Monologue Sayings By Norman Lock: As a practical matter, I like the dramatic monologue for its compelling intimacy. To be As a practical matter, I like the dramatic monologue for its compelling intimacy. To be inside one's character, to register his or her every vagrant thought, emotion, and response - the first-person viewpoint grants this privilege and immediacy. — Norman Lock