Kilmartin Famous Quotes & Sayings

8 Kilmartin Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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And I hope you will not think me foolish when I also extend my thanks.
Thank you, Michael, for letting my son love her first.
- from Janet Stirling, dowager Countess of Kilmartin, to Michael Stirling, Earl of Kilmartin
Julia Quinn Kilmartin Sayings By Julia Quinn: And I hope you will not think me foolish when I also extend my thanks.Thank
Listening to your son after you've spent time with a girl will make you wonder when he became Jodie Foster in Nell.Laurie Kilmartin Kilmartin Sayings By Laurie Kilmartin: Listening to your son after you've spent time with a girl will make you wonder
It was strange. She would have thought that she'd sense John's presence, feel him in the air, see him in the surroundings they'd shared for two years. But instead, he was simply gone, and the influx of women had changed the tone of the house entirely. Francesca supposed that was a good thing; she needed the support of women right now.
But it was odd, living among women. There were more flowers now - vases everywhere, it seemed. And there was no longer any lingering smell of John's cheroot, or the sandalwood soap he'd favored.
Kilmartin House now smelled of lavender and rose-water, and every whiff of it broke Francesca's heart.
Julia Quinn Kilmartin Sayings By Julia Quinn: It was strange. She would have thought that she'd sense John's presence, feel him in
You do realize, Kilmartin,' Colin said, his voice so soft it was almost chilling, 'that there is no reason you can't marry her. None at all. Except, of course,' he added, almost as an afterthought, 'the reasons you manufacture for yourself.Julia Quinn Kilmartin Sayings By Julia Quinn: You do realize, Kilmartin,' Colin said, his voice so soft it was almost chilling, 'that
Kilmartin wrote a highly amusing and illuminating account of his experience as a Proust revisionist, which appeared in the first issue of Ben Sonnenberg's quarterly Grand Street in the autumn of 1981. The essay opened with a kind of encouragement: 'There used to be a story that discerning Frenchmen preferred to read Marcel Proust in English on the grounds that the prose of A la recherche du temps perdu was deeply un-French and heavily influenced by English writers such as Ruskin.' I cling to this even though Kilmartin thought it to be ridiculous Parisian snobbery; I shall never be able to read Proust in French, and one's opportunities for outfacing Gallic self-regard are relatively scarce.Christopher Hitchens Kilmartin Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: Kilmartin wrote a highly amusing and illuminating account of his experience as a Proust revisionist,
I brought the newspaper close up to my eyes to get a better view of George Pollucci's face, spotlighted like a three-quarter moon against a vague background of brick and black sky. I felt he had something important to tell me, and that whatever it was might just be written on his face.
But the smudgy crags of George Pollucci's features melted away as I peered at them, and resolved themselves into a regular pattern of dark and light and medium gray dots.
The inky black newspaper paragraph didn't tell why Mr Pollucci was on the ledge, or what Sgt Kilmartin did to him when he finally got him in through the window.
Sylvia Plath Kilmartin Sayings By Sylvia Plath: I brought the newspaper close up to my eyes to get a better view of
Stirlings of old had been so damned besotted with their newfound earldom that they couldn't think to put any other name on anything ... It was a wonder he didn't drink Kilmartin Tea and sit on a Kilmartin-style chair. In fact, he probably would be doing just that if his grandmother had found a way to manage it without actually taking the family into trade.Julia Quinn Kilmartin Sayings By Julia Quinn: Stirlings of old had been so damned besotted with their newfound earldom that they couldn't
Man does not create gods, in spite of appearances. The times, the age, impose them on him. (tr. by Joanna Kilmartin and Steve Cox)Stanislaw Lem Kilmartin Sayings By Stanislaw Lem: Man does not create gods, in spite of appearances. The times, the age, impose them