Romancer's Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Romancer's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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My wife would say I'm not romantic at all, but I would say that I'm the ultimate romancer because I write about ... life being brilliant.Noel Gallagher Romancer's Sayings By Noel Gallagher: My wife would say I'm not romantic at all, but I would say that I'm
Who am I really? The answer to that question is found in the answer to another. What is God's heart toward me, or, how do I affect him? If God is the Pursuer, the Ageless Romancer, the Lover, then there has to be a Beloved, one who is the Pursued. This is our role in the story.John Eldredge Romancer's Sayings By John Eldredge: Who am I really? The answer to that question is found in the answer to
There is an old-fashioned distinction between the novel of character and the novel of incident, which must have cost many a smile to the intending romancer who was keen about his work. It appears to me as little to the point as the equally celebrated distinction between the novel and the romance- to answer as little to any reality. There are bad novels and good novels, as there are bad pictures and good pictures; but that is the only distinction in which I see any meaning, and I can as little imagine speaking of a novel of character as I can imagine speaking of a picture of character. When one says picture, one says of character, when one says novel, one says of incident, and the terms may be transposed. What is character but the determination of incident? What is incident but the illustration of character? What is a picture or a novel that is not of character? What else do we seek in it and find in it?Henry James Romancer's Sayings By Henry James: There is an old-fashioned distinction between the novel of character and the novel of incident,
I was supposed to be a romancer, either wooing the leading lady or competing with the leading man for her.Cesar Romero Romancer's Sayings By Cesar Romero: I was supposed to be a romancer, either wooing the leading lady or competing with
Without entering here into a dissertation upon the historical romance, it may be said that in proper hands it has been and should continue to be one of the most valued and valuable expressions of the literary art. To render and maintain it so, however, it is necessary that certain well-defined limits should be set upon the licence which its writers are to enjoy; it is necessary that the work should be honest work; that preparation for it should be made by a sound, painstaking study of the period to be represented, to the end that a true impression may first be formed and then conveyed. Thus, considering how much more far-reaching is the novel than any other form of literature, the good results that must wait upon such endeavours are beyond question. The neglect of them - the distortion of character to suit the romancer's ends, the like distortion of historical facts, the gross anachronisms arising out of a lack of study, have done much to bring the historical romance into disrepute.Rafael Sabatini Romancer's Sayings By Rafael Sabatini: Without entering here into a dissertation upon the historical romance, it may be said that