Greek Chorus Famous Quotes & Sayings

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19 Greek Chorus Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Greek Chorus Sayings By Daniel Handler: You fat bitch! he said, and the party gasped like a Greek chorus. You fat bitch! he said, and the party gasped like a Greek chorus. — Daniel Handler
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Greek Chorus Sayings By Joseph Boyden: I'm intrigued by the classic Greek tragedies, as well as by the idea of the I'm intrigued by the classic Greek tragedies, as well as by the idea of the Greek chorus. — Joseph Boyden
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Greek Chorus Sayings By Aristophanes: Chorus of women: [ ... ] Oh! my good, gallant Lysistrata, and all my friends, Chorus of women: [ ... ] Oh! my good, gallant Lysistrata, and all my friends, be ever like a bundle of nettles; never let you anger slacken; the wind of fortune blown our way. — Aristophanes
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Greek Chorus Sayings By Richard Corliss: Disney features, especially the early ones, were horror movies with cute critters: Greek tragedies with Disney features, especially the early ones, were horror movies with cute critters: Greek tragedies with a hummable chorus. Forcing children to confront the loss of home, parent, friends and fondest pets, these films imposed shock therapy on four-year-olds. — Richard Corliss
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Greek Chorus Sayings By Jean Baudrillard: Laughter on American television has taken the place of the chorus in Greek tragedy. It Laughter on American television has taken the place of the chorus in Greek tragedy. It is unrelenting; the news, the stock-exchange reports, and the weather forecast are about the only things spared. — Jean Baudrillard
Greek Chorus Sayings By Deborah Wiles: Baseball is an art! A drama! A ballet without music! Let us give it a Baseball is an art! A drama! A ballet without music! Let us give it a Greek chorus! — Deborah Wiles
Greek Chorus Sayings By Jon Katz: My goats are not contemplative, accepting, or introspective. They are the Greek chorus of my My goats are not contemplative, accepting, or introspective. They are the Greek chorus of my farm, sometimes of my life. They watch me closely and remind me that I am foolish. — Jon Katz
Greek Chorus Sayings By Barry Brennessel: My Greek Chorus takes a break when I meet with Mrs. Castor. I've never told My Greek Chorus takes a break when I meet with Mrs. Castor. I've never told her about them, or the fact that I converse with my sister's cat whenever I'm over there visiting. Probably a lot of things will remain a secret to Mrs. Castor. Some people might argue that going to see a counselor is a waste if I'm going to remain so guarded. But the appointments are only a ten dollar co-pay thanks to the university's generous nature and, unlike my chorus and the cat, she answers back independent of my brain cells and challenges my 'long held beliefs about the way people interact'. Or somethin — Barry Brennessel
Greek Chorus Sayings By Aristophanes: Chorus of old men: How true the saying: 'Tis impossible to live with the baggages, Chorus of old men: How true the saying: 'Tis impossible to live with the baggages, impossible to live without 'em. — Aristophanes
Greek Chorus Sayings By Terence McKenna: We're not mere spectators, or a cosmic accident, or some sideshow, or the Greek chorus We're not mere spectators, or a cosmic accident, or some sideshow, or the Greek chorus to the main event. The human experience IS the main event. — Terence McKenna
Greek Chorus Sayings By Gabriel Mann: All I had, originally, were pages of Nolan's dialogue. I think his character serves the All I had, originally, were pages of Nolan's dialogue. I think his character serves the story in a nice way. He's a Greek chorus for the goings-on in the Hamptons. — Gabriel Mann
Greek Chorus Sayings By Susan Orlean: I had never considered using a hashtag anywhere other than on Twitter, but now I'm I had never considered using a hashtag anywhere other than on Twitter, but now I'm inspired. Text messages have always seemed a little flat to me, so the murmuring Greek chorus of a hashtag might be a perfect way to liven them up and give them a bit of dimension. — Susan Orlean
Greek Chorus Sayings By A.S. Byatt: Fowles has said that the nineteenth-century narrator was assuming the omniscience of a god. I Fowles has said that the nineteenth-century narrator was assuming the omniscience of a god. I rather think that the opposite is the case
this kind of fictive narrator can creep closer to the feelings and the inner life of characters
as well as providing a Greek chorus
than any first person mimicry. — A.S. Byatt
Greek Chorus Sayings By Euripides: Who can stop grief's avalanche once it starts to roll. Who can stop grief's avalanche once it starts to roll. — Euripides
Greek Chorus Sayings By Euripides: In childbirth grief begins. In childbirth grief begins. — Euripides
Greek Chorus Sayings By Jorge Garcia: That's always a cool thing to be the voice of what the eyes are seeing. That's always a cool thing to be the voice of what the eyes are seeing. It gives you the role of the Greek chorus and that's always fun to do. — Jorge Garcia
Greek Chorus Sayings By Cees Nooteboom: All right, she thought I was a funny little geezer, but my charred Phaethon had All right, she thought I was a funny little geezer, but my charred Phaethon had impressed her, I was very obviously available, and she was out for revenge. What makes Greek tragedies great is that this brand of psychological nonsense doesn't enter into it at all. I had wanted to tell her that too, but unfortunately conversations consist for the most part of things one does not say. We are descendents, we do not have mythical lives, but psychological ones. And we know everything, we are always our own chorus. — Cees Nooteboom
Greek Chorus Sayings By Brad Herzog: I asked my Greek chorus about this sort of hero: the Underappreciated Personification of Resolve. I asked my Greek chorus about this sort of hero: the Underappreciated Personification of Resolve. — Brad Herzog
Greek Chorus Sayings By Jonathan Lethem: Despite their authoritarian light show, those ice-cream trucks of death couldn't do any more for Despite their authoritarian light show, those ice-cream trucks of death couldn't do any more for Perkus's murdered infatuation, his crushed crush, than could keening Greek chorus, or a moaning witch doctor. — Jonathan Lethem