Jack And The Beast Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Jack And The Beast Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Jack And The Beast Sayings By Jack London: He was a ferocious man. He had been ill-made in the making. He had not He was a ferocious man. He had been ill-made in the making. He had not been born right, and he had not been helped any by the molding he had received at the hands of society. The hands of society are harsh, and this man was a striking sample of its handiwork. He was a beast - a human beast, it is true, but nevertheless so terrible a beast that he can best be characterized as carnivorous. — Jack London
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Jack And The Beast Sayings By Kiersten White: Jack laughed at my attempts to avoid being felt up by a mythical beast. "Apparently Jack laughed at my attempts to avoid being felt up by a mythical beast. "Apparently you're a virgin."
"Shut up!Like that's any of your business!"
He shrugged,the motion less effective upside down."Unicorns love maidens. Haven't you done any research at all?"
"What,you have?"
He flipped off the branch,startling the unicorn so badly it bolted from the meadow. Thank heavens. — Kiersten White
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Jack And The Beast Sayings By Roger Zelazny: I wonder as to the value of consciousness," said Jack, "if it does not change I wonder as to the value of consciousness," said Jack, "if it does not change the nature of a beast. — Roger Zelazny
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Jack And The Beast Sayings By Jack Heckel: I've spent my life wondering when I would earn the right to be a man I've spent my life wondering when I would earn the right to be a man again. Despite the undeserved good fortune of finding my true love, I always held a kernel of bitterness in my heart that things were not different... I will never be the man that I was. That man is dead - slain - for better or for worse, by my life as the Beast. In your words, the world does not need who I was. — Jack Heckel
Jack And The Beast Sayings By Kenneth Patchen: It's dark out, Jack, the stations out there don't identify themselves, we're in it raw-blind It's dark out, Jack, the stations out there don't identify themselves, we're in it raw-blind like burned rats, it's running out all around us, the footprints of the beast, one nobody has any notion of. The white and vacant eyes of something above there, something that doesn't know we exist. I smell heartbreak up there, Jack, a heartbreak at the center of things, and in which we don't figure at all. — Kenneth Patchen
Jack And The Beast Sayings By Jack London: The dominant primordial beast was strong in Buck The dominant primordial beast was strong in Buck — Jack London
Jack And The Beast Sayings By Stephen Hunter: There is a paradox at the core of penology, and from it derives the thousand There is a paradox at the core of penology, and from it derives the thousand ills and afflictions of the prison system. It is that not only the worst of the young are sent to prison, but the best - that is, the proudest, the bravest, the most daring, the most enterprising and the most undefeated of the poor. There starts the horror. - Norman Mailer's introduction to In the Belly of the Beast by Jack Henry Abbott No one knows what it's like to be the bad man. — Stephen Hunter
Jack And The Beast Sayings By Jack Gilbert: What can I do with these people? They come to the risk so dutifully. Are What can I do with these people? They come to the risk so dutifully. Are delighted by anecdotes that give them Poetry. Are grateful to be told of diagonals that give them Painting. Good people. But stubborn when warned the beast is not domestic. How can I persuade them that the dark, soulful Keats was five feet one? Liked fighting and bear-baiting? I can't explain the red hair. Nor say how you died so full of lust for Fanny Brawne. I will tell them of Semele. — Jack Gilbert