The Met Quotes

Quotes tagged as "the-met" (showing 1-3 of 3)
Elizabeth  George
“She'd liked things better when everything had been controlled simply by on and off switches and when push-button telephone and telly remotes were as far as technology had gone. Make a few calls and put the burden of information searching on someone else. That was the ticket. Now, however, things were different. It was the investigator's mental shoe leather that got worn down, not the real thing.”
Elizabeth George

Linda Fairstein
“Stabbings, shooting, rapes, homicides -- the denizens of places like the Elk brought those crimes along with them the way ordinary travelers carried luggage.”
Linda Fairstein, Death Dance

“I have heard of you- a kind of revolutionary. Hard to be a revolutionary in the deadly museum business.”
Thomas Hoving, Making the Mummies Dance: Inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art