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Literary Quote of the Week

“It takes a great deal of history to produce a little literature.” – Henry James.

Fiction

“See the moon? It hates us.”

-Donald Barthelme

Fiction

“What is wonderful? they thought. They thought the answer might be in their eyes, or in their mingled breath, but they couldn’t be sure. It might be illusory.”

-Donald Barthelme

Books

The Three Daughters of Madame Liang

Lying awake in her bed, the cold moonlight slanting across the floor, she laughed softly to herself. Could any force, human or natural, destroy a people who believed themselves indestructible, had so believed for thousands of years and would so believe, perhaps forever?

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Literary Quotes

Literary Quote of the Week

“Survival of the fittest…the strong survive. The frail die. The exotic fish die because the aquarium isn’t heated. The common guppy lives. So does the tough catfish…That’s the way it is and that’s the way it’s going to be.” – Alas, Babylon (Pat Frank)

Fiction

Spirit finds us wherever we are

Ultimately it isn’t really about east or west. It’s about deeper. – Without any overbearing religious culture, one can find the truth from wherever he is.

Spirit

At Rumbles in the Heart

I just wrote a poem, and then I went in search of something by a poet I like, Maurice Kenny (1929-present). I should have done it the other way around. 179 more words

Literary Quotes