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From my earliest memories, I felt impelled to form a unique relationship with the English language. I used words to fashion a world that made sense to me. Because we seemed to move every year, I lacked the childhood friends who would offer ...more

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“We've pretended too much in our family, Luke, and hidden far too much. I think we're all going to pay a high price for our inability to face the truth.”
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“She had so mastered the strategies of camouflage that her own history had seemed a series of well-placed mirrors that kept her hidden from herself.”
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Alphonse de Lamartine
“For these people, music and poetry are only themes which they elaborate into their own feelings. They feed upon the same verses and the same airs for centuries and never tire of them. Nature itself—the sublimity of music and poetry—what has she but two or three words and two or three notes, always the same, with which she saddens or fascinates men from the very first sigh to the very last?”
Alphonse de Lamartine, Graziella: A Story of Italian Love

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“In these written tears alone have I expiated the hardness and ingratitude of my heart of eighteen years. I can never read over these verses without adoring that youthful image which the transparent and plaintive waves of the Gulf of Naples will ever bring to me,—nor without hating myself. But souls above forgive. Hers has forgiven me. Forgive me, too, reader, for I have wept.”
Alphonse de Lamartine, Graziella: A Story of Italian Love

“Take heart and dive into the quiet maturity of autumn.”
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“Her secret, we would discover, was that once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers, that the mind can never break off from the journey.”
Pat Conroy, The Prince of Tides

“Natural elegance inspires the mind.”
sir kristian goldmund aumann, From Poet's Hand

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