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He's cu-ute." Bree LaRue stumbles sideways, shielding her eyes with one hand. "Aww, look at his hair. And the chin! He's like Laurence Olivier, and a cockatoo. Like if they had a baby? -- J.c. Lillis
Niki Behrikis Shanahan -- Niki Behrikis Shanahan
Kim Chinquee writes with remarkable heart and grace. Her wise capsulizings of love's devastations and of life's roil and disappointments come at you with a sorrowing precision that comforts even as it haunts. -- Gary Lutz
This is Vee Gina. -- Stevie J. Cole
Aunt Hilda,' Violet -- Laurel Remington
Incandesce, v.: You are the light of the far-off town, the promise on the dark path. -- David Levithan
the Pierre, she pictured Charlotte's face at lunch -- Mary Higgins Clark
A pale, thin, small woman, perfectly coiffed, perfectly dressed, without makeup, without a single piece of jewelry, ascetic (viperous?) (her heart sullied by the world's contagion?) stands beside Eduardo, making him gigantic: she smiles mechanically. -- Margo Glantz
Charlie ... " Silena's eyes were a million miles away. "See Charlie. -- Rick Riordan
Though Nathalie Dupree did not remember much about my presence in her class, it marked me forever. I remain her enthusiast, her evangelist, her acolyte, and her grateful student. She taught me that cooking and storytelling make the most delightful coconspirators. -- Pat Conroy
Lauricia or Aurelia? -- Alyson Noel
Ignazio Michele Vitale," I say playfully, intentionally flubbing the middle name, just to get more of a rise out of him. "I can't believe you were singing a song from the eighties."
"You were seeing things. -- J.m. Darhower
SCARAMOUCHE Rafael -- Rafael Sabatini
When I met you, Peri, I thought this girl doesn't know it but she carries the three passion of Bertrand Russel: the longing for love, the search for knowledge and unbearable compassion for the suffering of mankind. -- Elif Shafak
A sharp character - no youth as I feared - a Faubourg Marigny type, Mediterranean, big-nosed, lumpy-jawed, a single stitched-in wrinkle over his eyebrows from just above which there springs up a great pompadour of wiry bronze hair. His face aches with it. He has no use for me at all. -- Walker Percy
Don't underestimate Laura Antonelli. She's burning to do well. And then she has an extraordinary face, even without make-up. It's not with her that I'd discuss literature. I speak only of the film 'L'Innocente,' and what she does she does well. -- Luchino Visconti
Many a time since have I noticed, in persons of Ginevra Fanshawe's light, careless temperament, and fair, fragile style of beauty, an entire incapacity to endure: they seem to sour in adversity, like small beer in thunder. -- Charlotte Bronte
Faith sir! She looks like the Old Course. -- Old Tom Morris
Character, mon cher, does not stand still. It can gather strength. It can also deteriorate. What a person really is, is only apparent when the test comes - that is, the moment when you stand or fall on your own feet. -- Agatha Christie
I'm Raine Benares, seeker and ... " I looked up at Vegard.
"What else are people calling me now?"
The big Guardian chuckled and shook his head. "A lot of things, ma'am. Some you've heard, most you haven't, but I'm sure you could guess. -- Lisa Shearin
I will tell you what Jeanne was like. She was like a piano in a country where everyone has had their hands cut off. -- Angela Carter
There it was. Suddenly the strangeness of Quintana of Charyn's face made sense. Because it was a face meant for laughing, but it had never been given a chance. It robbed Phaedra of her breath. -- Melina Marchetta
A cherefull looke makes a dish a feast. -- George Herbert
Rochester: I am to take mademoiselle to the moon, and there I shall seek a cave in one of the white valleys among the volcano-tops, and mademoiselle shall live with me there, and only me. -- Charlotte Bronte
Monsieur Saint Laurent was pathologically shy, and he made the Saint Laurent woman in his own image. Like her, I am shy. And to protect myself, I adopted something of an androgynous look, just as his women did. -- Carine Roitfeld
HONORINE BEATRIX -- Honore De Balzac
I remember her eyes. The eyes of Gutete Emerita. -- Alfredo Jaar
In 'Laurence Anyways,' Nathalie Baye is Laurence's mother, and she is quite an awful mother. Still, she is the only one in the end who truly accepts her daughter. -- Xavier Dolan
I loved Chiara Mastroianni voice, her talent, her generosity. We rehearsed for two months ... She's a workaholic and perfectionist, like Vincent [ Paronnaud] and myself. -- Marjane Satrapi
Character: the grandest thing in the world. -- Orison Swett Marden
Courage, Tatiana -- Paullina Simons
[THE END OF VOLUME II. "COSETTE"] -- Victor Hugo
Verranica, I will never leave you. -- Carey Corp
Violet Markey.There's more to you than meets the eye. -- Jennifer Niven
Ute McGillivray looked like a Valkyrie on a starchy diet; -- Diana Gabaldon
Unraveling the web of Penelope. -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
Try as i do, i can't recall her surname. Indeed, her very abstractedness and insubstantial personality seemed to say 'forget me'; she seemed to live in parenthesis; ... -- Muriel Spark
She was old enough to be stately, yet young enough to be known for her remarkable beauty. In short, she was the type of woman Sarene would normally hate - if she weren't also the kindest, most intelligent woman in the court. After -- Brandon Sanderson
The mangosteen, queen of the tropical fruit. -- David Fairchild
Another girl? That's awesome Shea. What are you guys going to name her, Sheanana? -- Toni Aleo
In the eighth American-educational grade, Bruce Green fell dreadfully in love with a classmate who had the unlikely name of Mildred Bonk. The name was unlikely because if ever an eighth-grader looked like a Daphne Christianson or a Kimberly St.-Simone or something like that, it was Mildred Bonk. -- David Foster Wallace
Maxi-Cosi. This life? She should already know that this -- Derek B. Miller
Marian Palaia is a writer of startling grace and sensuous lyricism - reading her, you feel as if you've never heard language this beautiful and this true. -- Jonis Agee
Jorinda and Jorindel -- Jacob Grimm
He pinched the name tag and ran his fingers under the letters. "Can you read this, mate? It says C-H-A-R-O-N. Say it with me: CARE-ON."
"Amazing! Now: Mr. Charon."
"Well done. -- Rick Riordan
Cosette was not very timid by nature. There flowed in her veins some of the blood of the bohemian and the adventuress who runs barefoot. It will be remembered that she was more of a lark than a dove. There was a foundation of wildness and bravery in her -- Victor Hugo
Storm. I shall call her Storm. -- John Gwynne
Sethe, he says, "me and you, we got more yesterday than anybody. We need some kind of tomorrow."
He leans over and takes her hand. With the other he touches her face. "You your best thing, Sethe, You are." His holding fingers are holding hers.
"Me? Me? -- Toni Morrison
In today's ambiguous world, character means despotism, tyranny, absolute intolerance. At last it is time to admire a lack of character, inner weakness. Our epoch is that of noble doubts, blessed uncertainty, sacred hypersensitivity, divine wishy-washiness. -- Tadeusz Konwicki
Fire-breathing bitch-queen. -- Sarah J. Maas
Antoine, you have a phone call." Chef Fanelli -- Christy Barritt
blatherskate," I -- Patrick Rothfuss
Mr. Charismo? Surely not Tibor Charismo, the most famous man in all of England. -- Eoin Colfer
Get ready for 'Les Mis 2' ... I'm playing 'Fat Cosette.' -- Rebel Wilson
Charlize Theron and Cate Blanchett are very good actresses. -- Jack Nicholson
"Forgive Yourself) -- Mitch Albom
The name, like an incantation, was on her lips. -- Danika Stone
The smiling daughter of the storm. -- Charles Caleb Colton
Silene, who declines The garish noontide's blazing light; But when the evening crescent shines, Gives all her sweetness to the night ... -- Charlotte Turner Smith
When the bespangled Miss Charisse wraps her phenomenal legs around [Fred] Astaire, she can be forgiven everything - even the fact that she reads her lines as if she learned them phonetically. -- Pauline Kael
Lorenzo Gambini, I presume? Or would you prefer to be called - "
"Sir," I cut in before he can say Scar. "You can call me sir, if it gives you the tingles. Otherwise, let's just stick with Gambini. -- J.m. Darhower
A kiss for luck, demoiselle?"
It is a magnificent, lusty kiss and I feel nothing but deep regret that it may be his last.
Just before he pulls away, he whispers in my ear. "Duval said to give you that should I get a chance. It is from him. -- R.l. Lafevers
The French use cooking as a means of self-expression, and this meal perfectly represented the personality of a cook who had spent the morning resting her unwashed chin on the edge of a tureen, pondering whether she should end her life immediately by plunging her head into her abominable soup ... -- Rebecca West
Laia is the wild dance of a Tribal campfire, while Helene is the cold blue of an alchemist's flame. -- Sabaa Tahir
What is her name? I don't know. I know her eyebrows. -- Salman Rushdie
Samassi Abou don't speak the English too good. -- Harry Redknapp
She has a lovely face;
God in his mercy lend her grace,
The Lady of Shalott. -- Alfred Lord Tennyson
The only woman to whom it has been given to touch what is decisive in the present world and to have a presentiment of the world of the future. -- Margaret Fuller
His broad, flat face, made asymmetrical and inconceivably ugly by the scar, radiates friendly solicitude. Justineau -- M.r. Carey
Cassia Reyes, the Society is pleased to present you with your Match. -- Ally Condie
Cassandra Gregory?" I say, not able to keep the question out of my voice. "I'm Grace, your
The door slams in my face before I can finish.
Well this is not a good start to our reunion. -- Tera Lynn Childs
We're all attracted to the perfume of fermenting joy, we've all tried to start a fire, and one day maybe it will blaze up on its own. In the meantime, she is the one today among us most able to bear the idea of her own beauty ... -- Tony Hoagland
Veni, vidi, flevi.
I came. I saw. I cried. -- Dorian Cirrone
Dei sub numine viget, Under God's power she flourishes -- Princeton University
It was always Isabelle. -- Cassandra Clare
Robin Einstein Sacrificial Lamb Varghese. -- Sidin Vadukut
I used to be a baby!
I'm sorry. -- Charlie Kaufman
Enter CAPULET, PARIS, and Servant -- William Shakespeare
Tall and thin, Mademoiselle Baptistine was a pale and gentle person. She was the incarnation of the word 'respectable,' whereas to be 'venerable,' a woman should lso be a mother. -- Victor Hugo
long hair, bedroom eyes,
cheeks like wine. -- Euripides
... and who are you, anyway?"
"Thank goodness!" I said so loudly she stepped back. "No silly-ass overdone names for you, m'girl."
"It's short for Christina Caresse Chavelle."
"Well, you did the best you could. -- Maryjanice Davidson
Chiara." Her name was a raw warning. "This isn't a good idea."
"I think it's an excellent idea." She stepped in closer to him. "There's something going on here with us. I know you feel it too. I know you don't want to feel it. I'd like to deny it, too, but I can't. -- Lara Adrian
Fortuna, that vicious slut. -- John Kennedy Toole
Anne Shirley. Anne with an e. -- Lucy Maud Montgomery
Chihiro, huh? Her real name's Chihiro? Can't beat the power of love. -- Hayao Miyazaki
Paola Calvetti takes readers on a delicious trip through Italy, books, letters and love, reminding us all of the joys of a completely compelling read."
Cathie Beck, author of Cheap Cabernet: A Friendship -- Paola Calvetti
Jacques Doillon wanted me to be in his film, 'La Fille Prodigue,' and there I was, expecting, for some reason, this great bearded man, when a splendid looking red-Indian style man appeared at my door. I said no to his film because I knew that if I said yes, I would run off with him. -- Jane Birkin
Noli me tangere; for Caesar's I am. -- Norah Lofts
The vibration of his cell phone broke his reverie. "Doucette," he answered. "Meet me at the Lamothe House," Sassy replied. "Sassy, I told you I'm not that kind of girl." "Very funny, Mr. Smart Ass. Looks like we have another body." "I'm almost there," Michel said quickly, then hung up. -- David Lennon
- "Who the fuck is this Harry charakter?" "Superwoman, by all accounts. -- Kate Tempest
We Americans are mildly interested, of course, in reading about the discovery of radium by Madame Curie, but what we really yearn to know is the name of the uncommemorated French female who first mixed a sauce bearnaise. -- Frank Crowninshield
If he (Peter O'Toole) had been any prettier it would have been Florence of Arabia. -- Noel Coward
A pretty girl with one blue eye and one brown one. -- H.l. Mencken
Cezanne is the Christopher Columbus of a new continent of form. -- Clive Bell
Nesy. At last.
It has to be her. Who else can make Aydan smile? Make me smile. -- Christine Fonseca
Even far away, I know it's her by the way her dark hair tangles with the wind and how she stands on the red rocks of the Carving. She's more beautiful than snow.
Is this real?
She points to the sky. -- Ally Condie
Un homme qui lit, ou qui pense, ou qui calcule, appartient a' l'espe' ce et non au sexe; dans ses meilleurs moments, il e chappe me me a' l'humain. A person who reads or thinks or calculates, belongs to a kind and not to a gender; in his or her best moments, he or she escapes being human. -- Stephanie Crayencour
Nobody is like Tanuja Trivedi in this whole world. -- Kangana Ranaut
Who knows not Circe, The daughter of the Sun , whose charmed cup Whoever tasted, lost his upright shape, And downward fell into a groveling swine? -- John Milton
Saint Claire, the patron saint of the kick-me sign. -- Rachel Caine