Snow White Quotes

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Mae West
“I used to be Snow White, but I drifted.”
Mae West

Wilhelm Grimm
“Mirror, mirror, here I stand. Who is the fairest in the land?”
Wilhelm Karl Grimm, Grimm's Fairy Tales

Cameron Jace
“She is so lovely she could kill you without you even noticing it. A monster girl who knows when to kiss and when to kill.”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Cameron Jace
“All monsters must die except the beautiful ones”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Seanan McGuire
“Everyone thinks of them in terms of poisoned apples and glass coffins, and forgets that they represent girls who walked into dark forests and remade them into their own reflections.”
Seanan McGuire, Indexing

“I'll tell you a secret about storytelling. Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty... were not perfect in the beginning. It's only a happy ending on the last page, right? If the princess had everything from the beginning, there wouldn't be a story. Anyone who is imperfect or incomplete can become the main character in the story.”
PEACH-PIT, Shugo Chara!, Vol. 2: Friends in Need

Marissa Meyer
“Crazy loves company, Sir Clay.”
Marissa Meyer, Winter

Roald Dahl
“Oh where, oh where had Snow White gone?
She'd found it easy, being pretty
To hitch a ride into the city.”
Roald Dahl, Revolting Rhymes

Janette Rallison
“Let me guess - you're Grumpy?'
He let out a humpf. ' And you would be too, if you'd just spent the last hour searching the forest for your wayward charge.' He walked even faster. 'We tell you to stay inside, we tell you not to talk to strangers. But oh no, you must be out singing to the animals as if the birds didn't do a fine enough job of it. And this after Queen Neferia has already tried to kill you thrice. [...] Which is why you are not to go shopping anymore, no matter how pretty the wares, remember?'
Oh, right.'
[...] when you looked at it that way, Snow White had to be pretty idiotic to keep falling for the same trick.”
Janette Rallison, My Fair Godmother

Allyse Near
“There was something familiar but strange about her - Snow White with a suntan. Cinderella in biker boots. Tough and delicate and magical and real all at once.”
Allyse Near, Fairytales for Wilde Girls

Cameron Jace
“What she looks like and what she is capable of doing are two different things. Wickedly beautiful.”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Janette Rallison
“One of us will just have to stay at the cottage to keep an eye on her.' [...]
Let's see if Widow Hazel wouldn't take her in during the day, maybe teach her something useful -'
No, remember when she learned how to knit? Now we're stuck wearing these dreadful hats.'
Not so loud! She'll hear you.'
In a lower voice one of the dwarfs said, 'H.A.T.S.'
Apparently Snow White didn't know how to knit or to spell.”
Janette Rallison, My Fair Godmother

Cameron Jace
“Snow White one, Snow White two,
Sorrow is coming out for you.
Snow White three, Snow White four,
Black as night, go lock your door.
Snow White five, Snow White six,
Blood red lips and crucifix
Snow White seven, Snow White eight,
White as snow, don’t stay out late.
Snow White Nine, Snow White ten,
Snow White now killed snow white then”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Cameron Jace
“Something about her is so tempting to look at. Her anger has a childish aura as if she isn’t made of real evil; just a bratty princess playing with her toy fangs.”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Janette Rallison
“Don’t worry, though, because Prince Hubert is very handsome and kind. That’s all you wanted in a boyfriend, wasn’t it?”

“No,” I said.

She raised an eyebrow. “It must be. If you had admired any other qualities you would have developed them in yourself, wouldn’t you?”

Which was really too much. I put my hands on my hips. “Aren’t fairy godmothers supposed to be nice and make you feel better about yourself?”

She rolled her eyes. “No, you’re confusing fairy god- mothers with sales clerks.”
Janette Rallison, My Fair Godmother

Cameron Jace
“I stand before her, meeting her eye to eye and nose to nose. My head takes a slight bow as I clench my fist. “I should have just killed you like any other bloodsucking vampire.”
“So why didn’t you?” She tiptoes, clenching her first as well. I have to admit. She is a much better version of the Snow White you see in a Disney movie. She’s kind of kickass. I like it, but I will never let her know.“Why do you care so much about me then? Ha?” She asks.
"I should have killed you before," I repeated while all I could do is wonder how I'd ever fallen in love with a monster girl.”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Cameron Jace
“With the blood dripping from her lips, with her blood spattered white dress, and with her pale skin, she is just a horrifyingly lovely and a breathtakingly attractive sixteen-year-old girl living in Hell. Nothing wrong with that, right?”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Rob E. Boley
“Magic is a naughty beast.”
Rob E. Boley, That Wicked Apple: Snow White & Even More Zombies

Stephan Pastis
“When people bore me, I close my eyes and try to remember the order the Seven Dwarfs marched in. But it's not always the dwarfs I think about. Sometimes aI try to list all of the Canadian provinces.”
Stephan Pastis

Rob E. Boley
“Snow came back, but she didn't come back right.”
Rob E. Boley, That Risen Snow: Snow White & Zombies

Cameron Jace
“Thinking of the cute, giddy, doe eyed, light-hearted, and innocent Snow White as a vampire, turns my stomach. According to dubious Mr. Officer, she isn’t even the modern kind of vampire. She is one of the older ones rooted in the abyss of the human psyche, the sexy but scary, vicious, unapologetic, blood sucking one, living in a Dracula mansion built by the Evil Queen herself. What kind of twisted story is that?”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Cameron Jace
“Snow White sucks the blood la ola lala" He sang, throwing bear can at the castle.”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Cameron Jace
“She had me from Hello," I say to Zizzy.
"What's wrong with you dude? She never said Hell. She always welcomes us with blood dripping fangs and a horde of corpses surrounding her." Zizzy protests.
"Monsters have their own way to say Hello, moron. They just need someone to get it, that this is actually hello.”
Cameron Jace, Snow White Sorrow

Jennifer Donnelly
“Kindness is many things,” he said. “It is gentle. Tender. Tolerant. It is born of patience and faith. And sometimes, yes, it’s dangerous. Helping a wounded animal that’s likely to lash out, standing up for someone who’s being taunted by bullies... these things are all dangerous. But to try to understand another creature, to put ourselves in their place, to help them - even when it costs us - that shows strength, Sophie, not weakness.”
Jennifer Donnelly, Poisoned

Frithjof Schuon
“Nothing is easier than to be original thanks to a false absolute, all the more so when this absolute is negative, for to destroy is easier than to construct. Humanism is the reign of horizontality, either naive or perfidious; and since it is also — and by that very fact — the negation of the Absolute, it is a door open to a multitude of sham absolutes, which in addition are often negative, subversive, and destructive. It is not too difficult to be original with such intentions and such means; all one needs is a little imagination. It should be noted that subversion includes not only philosophical and moral schemes designed to undermine the normal order of things, but also — in literature and on a seemingly harmless plane — all that can satisfy an unhealthy curiosity: namely all the narrations that are fantastic, grotesque, lugubrious, "dark," thus satanic in their way, and well-fitted to predispose men to all excesses and all perversions; this is the sinister side of romanticism. Without fearing in the least to be "childlike" or caring in the least to be "adult," we readily dispense with these somber lunacies, and are fully satisfied with Snow White and Sleeping Beauty.”
Frithjof Schuon, To Have a Center

Jennifer Donnelly
“A powerful king has taken my heart, she thought. But a penniless boy has stolen it.”
Jennifer Donnelly, Poisoned

Elizabeth D. Marie
“It is not how or where we are born that matters, but what we do with the life we are born into.”
Elizabeth D. Marie, Guarding Snow

Elizabeth D. Marie
“I have let you in among broken mirrors and shadowy spaces.”
Elizabeth D. Marie, Guarding Snow

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Various , Beauty and the Beast and Other Classic Fairy Tales

Khira Allen
“Magic Screen Upon the Wall,
Who's the most sentient of them all?
- 'Glass Slipper Equinox”
Khira Allen

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