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You can’t have a free exchange of ideas unless you value everyone’s voice. You won’t be willing to compromise if you don’t believe the other person’s thoughts are valid. Give-and-take frames the parent-child relationship as one based on ...more
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Sarah Rees Brennan
“Really, Sunborn? No, really. All right then. Tell me about computers.” “Well . . .” Luke said, and looked shifty about the eyes. “They’re boxes . . . but you can write things in them. And read things in them. And there are cats in them who are funny for some reason. They’re like—boxes of infinity. And! You keep the wikipedia in them!”
Sarah Rees Brennan, In Other Lands

Alexandra Rowland
“Nuryevet wasn't a real thing--it was a story that people told one another. An idea they constructed in fantasy and then in stone and mortar, in lines of ink in labyrinthine law books, in cities and roads. It was a map, if you will, drawn on a one-to-one scale and laid out over the whole landscape like so much smothering cloth. So when I say there was nothing in Nuryevet worth saving, that's what I mean: the story wasn't worth saving, and none of its monstrous whelps were either--the government, their methods, the idea that they could feed their poor to the story like cattle to a sea monster so the wealthy could eat its leavings.”
Alexandra Rowland, A Conspiracy of Truths

Sarah Rees Brennan
“I do not know if you are not interested, or protecting yourself, but you cannot guard yourself against the whole world. You only succeed in placing a barrier between yourself from the world." He hesitated. "I know that from personal experience.”
Sarah Rees Brennan, In Other Lands

Sarah Rees Brennan
“Maybe both our societies are messed up, and they each only think one type of person is really a person. And the type of person they think is really a person is allowed to show imperfections and age . . . whereas the type of person they think is an object should show no signs of being a person. We’re socialized to see the imperfections in those objects.”
Sarah Rees Brennan, In Other Lands

Sarah Rees Brennan
“Why is language in the Borderlands so weird? Some of it’s modern, and some of it’s medieval, and I guess that makes sense with the influx of a certain amount of new blood to the training camp every year, but how do some words and phrases transfer, while others don’t? Why do you know the word ‘jerk’ and not the word ‘bisexual’?”
“I guess people say the first word more,” said Luke.”
Sarah Rees Brennan, In Other Lands

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