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Letter "W" » William Kennedy Quotes
«My guilt is all I have left. If I lose it, I have stood for nothing, done nothing, been nothing.»
«Without a sense of place the work is often reduced to a cry of voices in empty rooms, a literature of the self, at its best poetic music; at its worst a thin gruel of the ego.»
«There's only a short walk from the hallelujah to the hoot.»
«When I first talked about writing with Saul he insisted on the ability to change, to get a serious grip on what was real in your life, ... He was the 20th century's literary wizard, who fused the intellect and the imagination in glorious and comic language that we'd never heard before.»
«The decision was made to enter the room after visual confirmation where all the parties were,»
«Four years ago, many banks were insolvent or close to it because they were loaded down with a lot of bad loans, ... This was a drag on the economy, but many banks have been forced to merge or close.»
«This year the team seems to possess a lot more character and more depth.»
«My concern is students not taking notes will have a lasting effect on their true mastery of the material.»
«Japan has come a long way.»
«People don't know what price people paid to make America human. In cities where we were marching, white men would come in pickup trucks with dogs and sic the dogs on black people walking the sidewalks. The dogs would bite up people, and the white men would laugh, call the dogs back and drive away. You've never seen such meanness like the meanness we went through.»