Dystopian Author Quotes

April 27, 2020
The greatest mystery of all is the human heart.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#75

P. D. James The greatest mystery of all is the human heart.
April 27, 2020
Most of my life I have needed more time to be on my own.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#74

P. D. James Most of my life I have needed more time to be on my own.
April 27, 2020
Death ... obliterates family resemblance as it does personality: there is no affinity between the living and the dead.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#73

P. D. James Death … obliterates family resemblance as it does personality: there is no affinity between the living and the dead.
April 27, 2020
Old age makes caricatures of us all.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#72

P. D. James Old age makes caricatures of us all.
April 27, 2020
however long we have to live, there are never enough springs.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#71

P. D. James however long we have to live, there are never enough springs.
April 27, 2020
What was so terrible about grief was not grief itself, but that one got over it.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#70

P. D. James What was so terrible about grief was not grief itself, but that one got over it.
April 27, 2020
Any visitor to an historic country town or city quickly becomes aware in his or her peregrinations that the most attractive houses in the centre are invariably the offices of lawyers.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#69

P. D. James Any visitor to an historic country town or city quickly becomes aware in his or her peregrinations that the most attractive houses in […]
April 27, 2020
First-class travel, provided one hasn't to pay for it oneself, is the most insidiously addictive of life's luxuries.

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#68

P. D. James First-class travel, provided one hasn’t to pay for it oneself, is the most insidiously addictive of life’s luxuries.
April 27, 2020
You never forget the people who were kind to you in childhood, do you, sir?

P. D. James Dystopian Author Quotes#67

P. D. James You never forget the people who were kind to you in childhood, do you, sir?
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