Nameless Quotes

Quotes tagged as "nameless" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Terry Tempest Williams
“Roland Barthes says, “That which cannot be named is a disturbance.”
Terry Tempest Williams, When Women Were Birds: Fifty-four Variations on Voice

Garth Stein
“You’re scaring the dog,” Trish pointed out. She rarely called me by name. They do that in
prisoner of war camps, I’ve heard. Depersonalization.”
Garth Stein, The Art of Racing in the Rain

“They were more than partners, more than brothers; they were very nearly the same person.”
A.C. Williams

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Most sane human beings who have managed to attain and retain fame each uses it to dramatically increase their name’s chances of being remembered until Jesus comes back, since their heart cannot do what they consciously or unconsciously lust for, that is to say, for it to beat until Jesus returns.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana, The Use and Misuse of Children

Agnes Chew
“Moments later, I was climbing nervously into the back of the car. The driver wore the archetypal expression of an antagonist. No words were exchanged beyond the brief lines uttered to this nameless stranger, whose inclinations remained unclear. The car sped along empty roads and traversed dingy alleyways. Music blared from its speakers. I did not remember exhaling throughout the entire journey.”
Agnes Chew, The Desire for Elsewhere

Lili St. Crow
“Book. Candle. Nico.”
Lili St. Crow, Nameless

“It's the nameless who leave a vestige in their wake.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Xander, there are two certainties in life--death and truth. They will both pursue you to your grave. There is no escaping them. But we run from them anyway in hopes that somehow we can slip by unnoticed. In the end, one or both of them catch up. Running doesn't solve anything.”
A.C. Williams

“Carlyle! Not just another nameless entity.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Daisies are perennials; they always grow back.”
A.C. Williams

“FEAR!
Man's fears will always produce conflict between ourselves,
That is why man is so easy to control by those who wish to remain nameless.”
Anthony T. Hincks

William Marshall
“Some dark Presence watching by my bed,
The awful image of a nameless dread ―”
William Marshall, The Far Away Man