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Another Faust (The Marlowe School, #1) Another Faust by Daniel Nayeri
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“I think the biggest lie the devil ever told was that beauty and goodness are the same.”
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“If it looks real and feels real, do you think it matters if it's real?”
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“Do you know what makes someone beautiful? Confidence. You don't have to have this shape eyes or that shape lips. No one seems to be able to decide which shape is best anyway. You can have every kind of blemish. It's confidence that attracts people. That's what everybody's looking for. It's what no potion can really give you. And believe me, Belle, you've got it. You've got it if you want it.”
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“Guilt is a useless feeling. It's never enough to make you change direction--only enough to make you useless.”
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“It's not worth losing your soul to win a guy.”
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“If you don't get caught, you deserve everything you steal.”
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“Maybe it was a storybook beginning.”
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“Because some things that seem unimportant now can change the course of human history -- and I am a student of human history.”
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“You're so stupid, sometimes."
"You're stupid."
"Moooom!"
This book is dedicated to our mom.”
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“Guilt is a useless feeling. It's never enough to make you change direction- only enough to paralyze you and make you... well, useless.”
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“What makes you think the devil is a he?”
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“The world is full of stupid people. That's why we have rules. But with enough intelligence, a person can be above the rules. She can make rules.”
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“In this life, you have winners and losers. the more you win, the higher you go.”
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“Waiters are the help, dear. It's like falling in love with a blender!”
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“Because you don't spend so many decades in someone's house without knowing their game.”
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“You obviously don't have my soul or you wouldn't be trying to make deals.”
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“I know lots of things you don't"

"Name five."

"The Grand Unification Theory, tax law, binary, the capital of Azerbailan, and how tractors work.”
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“If you imagine someone watching you all the time, even when you think you're alone, seeing every time you make a face, that someone would know more about you than you think.”
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“What are you giving him?"

Nicola Vileroy tilted her head... " Something to mesmerize and delight him. Something absolutely ethereal that would capture his imagination and not let go. "

"Ooh, Nintendo, how lovely!”
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“What is stealing?When is it excusable? When is it a crime?' Thomas looked uncomfortable as he read. Christian perked up. Belle saw Christian listening with interest and looked down at her shoes.
'An action becomes stealing when one of two conditions are met. First, when there is harm to the victim. Second, when the act is done for personal gain.' Thomas looked up and smiled. He seemed happy with where the speech was going, and Belle breathed a sigh of relief. Christian's face had gone white. He stood frozen in his spot. Belle smiled as if to say that things were different with him. That stealing was different in their world. She was torn between excitement for Thomas and embarasment for Christian.
'If both these criteria are met, there is no question where society stands. When of two criteria is in question, society begins to debate. For example, is it wrong when someone takes something that has been thrown away? Perhaps not, since there is no detriment to the victim. Is it wrong when someone takes a loaf of bread to feed a starving baby or taxes the rich to help the poor? Perhaps not, since the motive is unselfish.'
Victoria wasn't even looking at Thomas anymore. She was glaring at Belle. She looked like she was about to lunge at her. Belle signaled to her that perhaps she should take notes. But Victoria wasn't used to preparing rebuttals without advanced notice.
'When neither of the criteria is met, however, I propose that there is no crime against ethics. Is it wrong to take a syringe from a drug addict? Of course not.”
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