Titanic Quotes

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Erma Bombeck
“Seize the moment. Remember all those women on the 'Titanic' who waved off the dessert cart.”
Erma Bombeck

Danielle Steel
“Things work out the way they're meant to”
Danielle Steel, No Greater Love

“Things Isabella Wouldn't Care About:
- Titanic sinking again.
- Metror striking Earth and landing directly on top of world's most innocent panda.
- Titanic sinking again and this time the entire crew is puppies.”
Jim Benton, Okay, So Maybe I Do Have Superpowers

Audrey Dry
“La memoria es como libro en el cual se escribe toda nuestra vida. Algunas veces deseamos cerrarlo y olvidarlo para no recordar todos los escabrosos detalles, y otras veces deseamos abrirlo y observarlo detenidamente, queriendo volver a sentir lo mismo que sentimos en aquel momento.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

Jina Bacarr
“Katie shook her head in dismay. “I thought being poor was the worst thing that could happen to a girl.”

“No, Katie,” the countess said in a clear voice. “The worst thing is to be in love with one man and have to marry another.”

—Katie O'Reilly to the Countess of Marbury”
Jina Bacarr, Titanic Rhapsody

Julia Hughes
“Until the moment she actually sinks, the Titanic is unsinkable.”
Julia Hughes, A Ripple in Time

Jina Bacarr
“Skip your fancy talk, Captain Lord Blackthorn. If I do your bidding, and I’m still discussing that with the Almighty, it will only be to save my arse.” Katie O'Reilly to Captain Lord Jack Blackthorn in "Titanic Rhapsody”
Jina Bacarr

“A woman's heart is a deep ocean of secrets. But now you know there was a man named Jack Dawson and that he saved me...in every way that a person can be saved. I don’t even have a picture of him. He exists now...only in my memory.”
Rose Dewitt Bukater; Titanic

Jina Bacarr
“If it’s only a kiss you want, I can kiss you with my clothes on.”
—Katie O'Reilly to Captain Lord Blackthorn”
Jina Bacarr, Titanic Rhapsody

V.C. King
“Protestors? At a funeral?”
V.C. King

“Maybe all the events of the last few months had occured for just one reason - to bring Thad and me together. Perhaps our being here on the Titanic wasn't pre-destination, but rather, destiny.”
Suzanne Weyn (Distant Waves)

Jina Bacarr
“I was born Katie O’Reilly,” she began. “Poor Irish, but proud of it. I boarded the Titanic at Queenstown as a third class passenger with nothing more than the clothes on my back. And the law at my heels.” Titanic Rhapsody”
Jina Bacarr

Jina Bacarr
“If there was one thing that made Captain Lord Jack Blackthorn smile more than holding a pretty woman in his arms, it was a winning hand at cards. To his dismay at the moment he had neither.”
Jina Bacarr, Titanic Rhapsody

“Her way through life had been winding until now, like an unruly stream stumbling its way over hurdles and bumps, oftentimes trickling into those dark, unexpected cracks.

But she was like water. Persistent, versatile, never willing to wait.”
Giselle Beaumont, On the Edge of Daylight: A Novel of the Titanic

Nitya Prakash
“I don't know why I'm so cold and broken up about this but I know the icebergs never meant to hurt the titanic, they were just lonely.”
Nitya Prakash

Audrey Dry
“Y, entonces, en ese instante que tan solo dura un segundo, el cerebro se encarga de abrir la cerradura del cofre en el cual guardas todo lo que aprecias. Cede de tal manera que la tapa se abre y todo lo que hay en el interior sale de forma tan rápida y tan fugaz que no puedes detenerlo.”
Audrey Dry, Sin mirar atrás

Steve Maraboli
“I definitely give more chances than I should, but when I’m done, I’m done. I mean it... like, that ship has sailed... and it was the Titanic. I’m done. ”
Steve Maraboli

“Welcome to the ship of dreams. You'll find life belts on the top of the wardrobe, just in case.”
Ed W. Marsh, James Cameron's Titanic

Becky Albertalli
“Don't do anything Rose and Jack wouldn't do in a steamy vintage car.”
Becky Albertalli, What If It's Us

“I haven't known up 'till now why I do not want to go. But now I do know. [...] Because this is the ship that they say is unsinkable,' she replied, 'and that is flying in the face of the Almighty. That ship will never reach the other side.”
Eva Hart, A Girl Aboard the Titanic: The Remarkable Memoir of Eva Hart, a 7-year-old Survivor of the Titanic Disaster

Christopher Vogler
“Although well played by Billy Zane, Cal in the screenplay is one of the weakest part of the design, and would have been a more effective rival if he were more seductive, a better match for Rose, real competition for Jack, and not such an obvious monster. Then it would have been a real contest, and not a one-sided match between the most attractive young man in the universe and a leering, abusive cad with a bag of money in one hand and a pistol in the other.”
Christopher Vogler, The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers

“Are we never to educate ourselves to foresee such dangers and to prevent them before they happen? All the evidence of history shows that laws unknown and unsuspected are being discovered day by day: as this knowledge accumulates for the use of man, is it not certain that the ability to see and destroy beforehand the threat of danger will be one of the privileges the whole world will utilise?”
Lawrence Beesley, The Loss of the S. S. Titanic: Its Story and Its Lessons

Allan Wolf
“I have chosen not to name any particular ship because its identity is not relevant to my story. The fact is that a ship was there. And for whatever reason, that ship did nothing.”
Allan Wolf, The Watch That Ends the Night

Jussi Adler-Olsen
“Did the iceberg interrupt the titanic?”
Jussi Adler-Olsen, Journal 64

Hank Bracker
“he renowned America painter Francis Davis Millet sent a letter from the Titanic’s last stop before attempting to cross the cold Atlantic Ocean. In it he wrote, “Looking over the passenger list I only find 3 or 4 people I know but there are a number of obnoxious, ostentatious American women, the scourge of any place they infest, and worse on shipboard than anywhere. Many of them carry tiny dogs, and lead husbands around like pet lambs.”
It seemed that Francis didn’t think much of the women and their dogs that were of the snobbish set; however, it is safe to assume that there may have been at least a dozen dogs most of who were boarded in special kennels and others that shared the staterooms with their owners. Of these only 3 made it into the lifeboats with their owners and survived.
We also know that there were chickens on the ship since later there was a claim made totaling $207.87 for lost chickens by a passenger named White. Other claims were made for lost dogs including a Chow-Chow dog that was valued by Harry Anderson for $50 and a claim of $750 by a passenger Daniel for the loss of his pedigree bulldog. Passenger Carter claimed $300 for the loss of his two dogs.
There were a few pet birds on the ship and yes, the ship also had a cat named Jenny who was kept aboard as a working mascot. Jenny’s job was to keep down the ship’s population of rats and mice under control. However, it can be safely assumed that all of the rodents perished although one was seen running across the Third Class Dining Room just prior to the sinking.”
Captain Hank Bracker, The Exciting Story of Cuba

“An unsinkable Titanic might sink you but a true love will never allow you to sink”
P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar

Kate Alcott
“There would be a scramble now―everybody in Congress would be grandstanding and orating and introducing addled legislation that would do nothing. The usual harebrained response.”
Kate Alcott, The Dressmaker

Vindy Teja
“Let’s be honest. Half of all wedding celebrations are a lot like cheering for the frickin’ Titanic on the day of departure.”
Vindy Teja

Lindy West
“I don’t remember a lot of specifics about watching Titanic in theaters in 1997, but I was fifteen years old, which means my two primary concerns in life were 1) locating romance, and 2) not dying in a nautical catastrophe. So I think we can safely assume that I fucking loved that movie.”
Lindy West

“How those poor souls people crammed themselves into the lifeboats, all classes mixed together I shall never know. I experienced something similar in the Opera House last Tuesday evening, though at least we were dry. Poor Mr Ismay; I hear he weeps at the mere sight of an ice cube”
A.J.West, The Spirit Engineer

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