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Revenge (aka The Stars’ Tennis Balls) Revenge by Stephen Fry
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“There were people who believed their opportunities to live a fulfilled life were hampered by the number of Asians in England, by the existance of a royal family, by the volume of traffic that passed by their house, by the malice of trade unions, by the power of callous employers, by the refusal of the health service to take their condition seriously, by communism, by capitalism, by atheism, by anything, in fact, but their own futile, weak-minded failure to get a fucking grip.”
Stephen Fry, Revenge
“You think I have more than most people dream of? What other people dream of doesn't matter. I always had less than I ever dreamt of. All I ever dreamt of was family. A father and a mother. Most people don't even need to dream of such luxuries, they take them for granted. That is what I used to dwell on, alone in my bedroom. I dwelt as all children do, on the injustice. Injustice is the most terrible thing in the world, Oliver. Everything that is evil springs from it and only a cheap soul can abide it without anger.”
Stephen Fry, Revenge
“Anger fed him and clothed him and he owed it much.”
Stephen Fry, Revenge
“Like a Frenchman, far from home, catching a whiff of Gauloise.”
Stephen Fry, The Stars' Tennis Balls
“Forget ideas, Mr. Author.
What kind of pen do you use?”
Stephen Fry, Revenge
“Portia”
Stephen Fry, Revenge