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The Arkadians The Arkadians by Lloyd Alexander
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“Seize the day, whatever's in it to seize, before something comes along and seizes you.”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians
“Any fool can tell a story. Take a few odds and ends of things that happen to you, dress them up, shuffle them about, add a dash of excitement, a little color, and there you have it.”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians
“If a storyteller worried about the facts - my dear Lucian, how could he ever get at the truth?”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians
“...Writings can be stolen, or changed, or used for evil purposes. But isn't the risk worth taking? The more people who share knowledge, the greater safeguard for it. Isn't there more danger in ignorance than knowledge?”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians
“You have a point," said Fronto, "and even a poet must occasionally bow to logic.”
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“She has given you something of value: the truth in her heart.”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians
tags: truth
“Keep out of this," Lucian said. "I'm not smiting anybody."

"You're showing mercy." Catch-a-Tick nodded. "That's heroic, too. But not as good as smiting.”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians
“Writings can be stolen, or changed, or used for evil purposes. But isn't the risk worth taking? The more people who share knowledge, the greater safeguard for it. Isn't there more danger in ignorance than knowledge?”
Lloyd Alexander, The Arkadians