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"Hawthorne and His Mosses (1851) by Herman Melville" - Nathaniel Hawthorne

"Poe is a kind of Hawthorne and delirium tremens." - Leslie Stephen

"The perennial gale of creative destruction" - Joseph A Schumpeter

"Nathaniel Hawthorne once said that easy reading is damn hard writing." - Maya Angelou

"Gale is mine. I am his. Anything else is unthinkable." - Suzanne Collins

"A living gale is better than a dead calm." - Carolyn Wells

"Beneath the milk-white thorn that scents the evening gale." - Robert Burns

"Female television viewers paid attention to Catherine Gale." - Honor Blackman

"The actual American childhood is less Norman Rockwell and Walt Disney than Nathaniel Hawthorne and Edgar Allan Poe." - Susan Cheever

"Hawthorne sucks... It's a crazy place, and I'm happy that I was the weird one that got out." - Tyler The Creator

"When a crew and a captain understand each other to the core, it takes a gale, and more than a gale, to put their ship ashore." - Rudyard Kipling

"Where hast thou wandered. gentle gale, to find the perfumes thou dost bring?" - William Cullen Bryant

"Thus I steer my bark, and sail On even keel, with gentle gale." - Matthew Green

"It's your own fault for being so camera-ready," I tell Gale. If looks could kill." - Suzanne Collins

"But Gale is not one to keep secrets from me. "Katniss, there is no district twelve." - Suzanne Collins

"for some reason Gale and Peeta do not coexist well in my thoughts." - Suzanne Collins

"No gale disturb the trees, nor aspen leaves confess the gentle breeze." - John Gay

"When health, affrighted, spreads her rosy wing, And flies with every changing gale of spring." - Lord Byron

"On life's vast ocean diversely we sail, Reason the card, but passion is the gale." - Alexander Pope

"In terms of the Richter scale this defeat was a force 8 gale." - John Lyall

"I will never have a life with Gale even if I want to." - Suzanne Collins

"I'm a fart in a gale of wind, a humble violet, under a cow pat." - Djuna Barnes

"Far from the sun and summer-gale, In thy green lap was Nature's Darling laid." - Thomas Gray

"I'm a fart in a gale of wind, a humble violet under a cow pat." - Djuna Barnes

"On life's vast ocean diversely we sail. Reasons the card, but passion the gale." - Alexander Pope

"Thus, I steer my bark, and sail On even keel, with gentle gale." - Matthew Green

"Where hast thou wandered, gentle gale, to find the perfumes thou dost bring?" - William C Bryant

"Learn of the little nautilus to sail, Spread the thin oar, and catch the driving gale." - Alexander Pope

"He who has suffered shipwreck, fears to sail Upon the seas, though with a gentle gale." - Robert Herrick

"Hoist up sail while gale doth last, Tide and wind stay no man's pleasure." - Robert Southwell

"Where hast thou wandered. gentle gale, to find the perfumes thou dost bring?" - William C Bryant

"The American, who up to the present day, has evinced, in Literature, the largest brain with the largest heart, that man is Nathaniel Hawthorne." - Herman Melville

"Most thoughtful Americans of today seem to have forgotten how strongly their own and immediate predecessors, Emerson, Hawthorne and Whitman, were still preoccupied with the essence behind things." - Johan Huizinga

"The United States is my subject, but as Hawthorne once wrote, "the United States are suited for many admirable purposes, but not to live in."" - Gore Vidal

"My work holds up the mirror to hypocrisy, which puts me in a tradition of American writing that reaches back to Nathaniel Hawthorne." - Ishmael Reed

"You can't incent a dead person. No matter what we do, Hawthorne will not produce any more works, no matter how much we pay him." - Lawrence Lessig

"I have thus played the sedulous ape to Hazlitt, to Lamb, to Wordsworth, to Sir Thomas Browne, to Defoe, to Hawthorne, to Montaigne, to Baudelaire and to Obermann." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"One of the reasons why I decided to participate in 'HawthoRNe' was I really wanted the opportunity to show how ordinary people do extraordinary things." - Jada Pinkett Smith

"I think that what happens is that all of my modern influences blend together with the older soul influences and you get Mayer Hawthorne." - Mayer Hawthorne

"People will send me tweets or texts, 'Yo, I'm at Red Lobster now and they're playing Mayer Hawthorne,' more of that kind of stuff, which is hilarious." - Mayer Hawthorne

"Your biggest influences are the earliest ones. When I was young, I was very influenced by the short stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne." - Brad Holland

"Being hove to in a long gale is the most boring way of being terrified I know." - Donald Hamilton

"Fate whirls on the bark, and the rough gale sweeps from the rising tide the lazy calm of thought." - Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton

"Sweet Memory! wafted by thy gentle gale, Oft up the stream of Time I turn my sail." - Samuel Rogers

"Fate whirls on the bark, and the rough gale sweeps from the rising tide the lazy calm of thought." - Edward Bulwer-Lytton

"Sweet Memory! wafted by thy gentle gale, Oft up the stream of Time I turn my sail." - Samuel Rogers

"artists quotes Andre from Artists talks 1969 - 1977 ed. Peggy Gale, The Press N.S.C.A.D, Nova Scotia, Canada 2004, p. 27" - Carl Andre

"Amy Poehler and I have been friends for so long, we're like Oprah and Gale. Only we're not denying anything." - Tina Fey

"Blanche: No, I have the misfortune of being an English instructor. I attempt to instill a bunch of bobby-soxers and drugstore Romeos with a reverence for Hawthorne and Whitman and Poe!" - Tennessee Williams

"Of the creative spirits that flourished in Concord, Massachusetts, during the middle of the nineteenth century, it might be said that Hawthorne loved men but felt estranged from them, Emerson loved ideas even more than men, and Thoreau loved himself." - Leon Edel

"Of the creative spirits that flourished in Concord, Massachusetts, it might be said that Hawthorne loved men but felt estranged from them, Emerson loved ideas even more than men, and Thoreau loved himself." - Leon Edel

"Hawthorne has given us a tradition that some people refer to as Yankee Magic Realism, and I do think there is a certain quality to the landscape that definitely leads into the dark woods." - Alice Hoffman

"Seeing is such a privilege. Who notices the way the screech of a gull looks, the look of a gale, the sight of some fragrance?" - Keith Crown

"Ere, in the northern gale, The summer tresses of the trees are gone, The woods of Autumn, all around our vale, Have put their glory on." - William C Bryant

"So fades a summer cloud away; So sinks the gale when storms are o'er; So gently shuts the eye of day; So dies a wave along the shore." - Anna Letitia Barbauld

"writing is a labor of love and also an act of defiance, a way to light a candle in a gale wind." - Alice Childress

"Making knots. Making knots. No word. Making knots. Tick-tock. This is a clock. Do not think of Gale. Do not think of Peeta. Making knots." - Suzanne Collins

"The university must be retrospective. The gale that gives direction to the vanes on all its towers blows out of antiquity." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Let the winds blow! a fiercer gale Is wild within me! what may quell That sullen tempest? I must sail Whither, O whither, who can tell!" - Edmund Clarence Stedman

"I go back to my room and lie under the covers, trying not to think of Gale and thinking of nothing else." - Suzanne Collins

"Haymich finally drops the good-natured act. "you know who else, Katniss. You know who stepped up first." Of course I do. Gale." - Suzanne Collins

"Come, evening gale! the crimson rose Is dropping for thy sighe of dewe; The hyacinthe wooes thy kisse to close In slumberre sweete its eye of blue." - George Croly

"The meanest floweret of the vale, The simplest note that swells the gale, The common sun, the air, the skies, To him are open paradise." - Thomas Gray

"The purple heath and golden broom On moory mountains catch the gale, O'er lawns the lily sheds perfume, The violet in the vale." - James Montgomery

"A fresher Gale Begins to wave the wood, and stir the stream, Sweeping with shadowy gust the fields of corn; While the Quail clamors for his running mate." - James Thomson

"In adversity be spirited and firm, and with equal prudence lessen your sail when filled with a too fortunate gale of prosperity." - Horace

"Their own souls rose and cried Alarum when they heard the sudden wail Of stricken freedom and along the gale Saw her eternal banner quivering wide." - John Le Gay Brereton

"Fortune had favoured me in this war that I feared, the rather, that some tempest would follow so favourable a gale." - Plutarch

"The meanest flowret of the vale, / The simplest note that swells the gale, / The common sun, the air, and skies, / To him are opening paradise." - Thomas Gray

"It makes life very simple actually. You could be giving a TV interview in howling gale and it no longer matters." - William Hague

"Nail to the mast her holy flag, Set every threadbare sail, And give her to the God of storms, The lightning and the gale." - Oliver Wendell Holmes

"Their own souls rose and cried Alarum when they heard the sudden wail Of stricken freedom and along the gale Saw her eternal banner quivering wide." - John Le Gay Brereton

"On thy fair bosom, silver lake, The wild swan spreads his snowy sail, And round his breast the ripples break As down he bears before the gale." - James Gates Percival

"Let the winds blow! a fiercer gale Is wild within me! what may quell That sullen tempest? I must sail Whither, O whither, who can tell!" - Edmund Clarence Stedman

"So fades a summer cloud away; So sinks the gale when storms are o'er; So gently shuts the eye of day; So dies a wave along the shore." - Anna Letitia Barbauld

"Actually, it was first a movie called Gale Force, which was a hurricane movie. That script never came together, and then the same deal was replaced with Cliffhanger." - Renny Harlin

"In fact, I'll be taking a lot of Cathy Gale with me. I expect that was why I was chosen for the part." - Honor Blackman

"The south-wind strengthens to a gale, / Across the moon the clouds fly fast, / The house is smitten as with a flail, / The chimney shudders to the blast." - Robert Bridges

"It blows a snowing gale in the winter of the year; The boats are on the sea and the crews are on the pier. The needle of the vane, it is veering to and fro, A flash of sun is on the veering of the vane. Autumn leaves and rain, The passion of the gale." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"Katniss," Gale says softly. I recognize that voice. It's the same one he uses to approach wounded animals before he delivers a deathblow. I Instinctively raise my hand to block his words but he catches it and holds on tightly. Don't," I whisper. But Gale is not one to keep secrets from me. Katniss, There is no District Twelve." - Suzanne Collins

"It blows a snowing gale in the winter of the year; The boats are on the sea and the crews are on the pier. The needle of the vane, it is veering to and fro, A flash of sun is on the veering of the vane. Autumn leaves and rain, The passion of the gale." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"Not if we blow it up," Gale says brusquely. His intent, his full intent, becomes clear. Gale has no interest in preserving the lives of those in the Nut. No interest in caging the pray for later use. This is one of his death traps." - Suzanne Collins

"Had he learned nothing from all those years of teaching Hawthorne? Through story after story he'd led his boys to consider the folly of obsession with purity - its roots sunk deep in pride, flowering condemnation and violence against others and self." - Tobias Wolff

"Goodness! Golly! Good God! Blessed Allah! Zeus and Hera! Mary and Joseph! Nathaniel Hawthorne! Don't touch her! Grab her! Move closer! Run away! Don't move! Kill the snake! Leave it alone! Give it some food! Don't let it bite her! Lure the snake away! Here, snakey! Here, snakey snakey!" - Daniel Handler

"Trying to imagine E. M. Forster, who found Ulysses indecorous, at a London performance of Lenny Bruce-to which in fact he was once taken. Trying to imagine the same for a time-transported Nathaniel Hawthorne-who during his first visit to Europe was even shocked by the profusion of naked statues." - David Markson

"Do you know what the lurid intermixture of complicated emotions produces, according to Nathaniel Hawthorne? That's right, it produces the illuminating blaze of the infernal regions. Ryan MacDonald's glorious shards of prose are both lurid and blazing, and together they comprise an anthology of complex feelings-dream-like, vivid, and never, ever obvious." - Chris Bachelder

"The biggest names in the Transcendentalist literary circle visited the community regularly, and supported it, but they couldn't live there happily. Hawthorne [who was briefly a resident] left for reasons I'm sure make sense to you; he couldn't get enough writing done in a house full of people playing music, and arguing. It was too busy." - Christine Jennings

"I moved to New England partly because it has a real literary past. The ghosts of Hawthorne and Melville still sit on those green hills. The worship of Mammon is also somewhat lessened there by the spirit of irony. I don't get hay fever in New England either." - John Updike

"During 'Hawthorne', I was constantly trying not to be too outrageous and keep it serious. This has been so refreshing for me because it's such a good outlet for the inner me to just be. That's the whole point of 'Glee' anyways - to just be who you are and that's enough. I really feel that way on set." - Vanessa Lengies

"Trying to imagine E. M. Forster, who found Ulysses indecorous, at a London performance of Lenny Bruce-to which in fact he was once taken. Trying to imagine the same for a time-transported Nathaniel Hawthorne-who during his first visit to Europe was even shocked by the profusion of naked statues." - David Markson

"My first attraction to writing novels was the plot, that almost extinct animal. Those novels I read which made me want to be a novelist were long, always plotted, novels - not just Victorian novels, but also those of my New England ancestors: Herman Melville and Nathaniel Hawthorne." - John Irving

"I'm so sorry," I whisper. I lean forward and kiss him. His eyelashes flutter and he looks at me through a haze of opiates. "Hey, Catnip." "Hey, Gale," I say. "Thought you'd be gone by now," He says. My choices are simple. I can die like a quarry in the woods or I can die here beside Gale. "I'm not going anywhere. I'm going to stay right here and cause all kinds of trouble." "Me, too," Gale says. He just manages a smile before the drugs pull him back under." - Suzanne Collins

"I must still look perplexed because Gale delivers the next line very slowly. "Katniss...he's still trying to keep you alive." To keep me alive? And then I understand. The Games are still on." - Suzanne Collins

"Behind a rack of framed photos of Snow, we encounter a wounded Peacekeeper propped up against a strip of brick wall. He asks us for help. Gale knees him in the side of the head and takes his gun." - Suzanne Collins

"I wish Peeta were here to hold me, until I remember I'm not supposed to wish that anymore. I have chosen Gale and the rebellion, and a future with Peeta is the Capitol's design, not mine." - Suzanne Collins

"Sweet memory, wafted by the gentle gale, Oft up the stream of Time I turn my sail, To view the fairy haunts of long-lost hours, Blest with far greener shades, far fresher flowers." - Samuel Rogers

"He that embarks in the voyage of life will always wish to advance, rather by the impulse of the wind than the strokes of the oar; and many founder in their passage while they lie waiting for the gale." - Samuel Johnson

"He was a man Versed in the world as pilot in his compass; The needle pointed ever to that interest Which was his loadstar; and he spread his sails With vantage to the gale of others' passions." - Ben Jonson

"When o'er the street the morning peal is flung From yon tall belfry with the brazen tongue, Its wide vibrations, wafted by the gale, To each far listener tell a different tale." - Oliver Wendell Holmes

"It was a goodly sight to see the embattled pomp, as with the step of stateliness the barbed steeds came on, to see the pennons rolling their long waves before the gale, and banners, broad and bright, tossing their blazonry." - Robert Southey

"Upon the gale she stoop'd her side, And bounded o'er the swelling tide, As she were dancing home; The merry seamen laugh'd to see Their gallant ship so lustily Furrow the green sea-foam." - Walter Scott

"Down where yon anch'ring vessel spreads the sail, That, idly waiting, flaps with every gale, Downward they move, a melancholy band, Pass from the shore and darken all the strand." - Oliver Goldsmith

"A little gale will soon disperse that cloud And blow it to the source from whence it came. Thy very beams will dry those vapors up, For every cloud engenders not a storm." - William Shakespeare

"Mighty Nature bounds as from her birth, The sun is in the heavens, and life on earth; Flowers in the valley, splendor in the beam, Health on the gale, and freshness in the stream." - Lord Byron

"The stately-sailing swan Gives out his snowy plumage to the gale; And, arching proud his neck, with oary feet Bears forward fierce, and guards his osier isle, Protective of his young." - James Thomson

"I must still look perplexed because Gale delivers the next line very slowly. "Katniss...he's still trying to keep you alive." To keep me alive? And then I understand. The Games are still on." - Suzanne Collins

"He that embarks on the voyage of life will always wish to advance rather by the impulse of the wind than the strokes of the oar; and many fold in their passage; while they lie waiting for the gale." - Samuel Johnson

"There, like the wind through woods in riot, Through him the gale of life blew high; The tree of man was never quiet: Then 'twas the Roman, now 'tis I." - A E Housman

"If (environmentalists) want to continue to beat those drums to solicit money from concerned soccer moms, they can do that. The reality on the ground is things are better as a result of Gale Norton's tenure." - Christopher West

"Look to the lighthouse of the Lord. There is no fog so dense, no night so dark, no gale so strong, no mariner so lost but what its beacon light can rescue." - Thomas S Monson

"to write a novel in the heart of London is next to an impossibility. I feel as if I were nailing a flag to the top of a mast in a raging gale." - Virginia Woolf

"Sweet memory, wafted by the gentle gale, Oft up the stream of Time I turn my sail, To view the fairy haunts of long-lost hours, Blest with far greener shades, far fresher flowers." - Samuel Rogers

"One applauds the industry of professional philanthropy. But it has its dangers. After a while the private heart begins to harden. We fling letters into the wastebasket, are abrupt to telephoned solicitations. Charity withers in the incessant gale." - Phyllis Mcginley

"Gale and I were thrown together by a mutual need to survive. Peeta and I know the other's survival means our own death. How do you side step that?" - Suzanne Collins

"I knew that we'd have a big following because the graphic novel [ The Walking Dead] is so popular, and I knew that with Frank Darabont and Gale Ann Hurd at the helm that we were doing something very special." - Laurie Holden

"Were I a preacher, I should preach above all other things, the practice of the Presence of God.... Those who have the gale of the Holy Spirit go forward, even in sleep." - Brother Lawrence

"On life's vast ocean diversely we sail, Reason the card, but passion is the gale; Nor God alone in the still calm we find, He mounts the storm, and walks upon the wind." - Alexander Pope

"I remember Gale Gordon was in the pilot [of Hi Honey, I'm Home], and it was one of my very first professional gigs without having an adult take me to the job." - Julie Benz

"It broke out with matchless fury. The rapid vehement fire. Him we praise above the earth, Fire, the fiery meteor of the dawn. Above the high gale, Higher than every cloud. Great his animal." - Taliesin

"Far out at sea,-the sun was high, While veer'd the wind and flapped the sail, We saw a snow-white butterfly Dancing before the fitful gale, Far out at sea." - Richard Henry Horne

"There, like the wind through woods in riot, Through him the gale of life blew high; The tree of man was never quiet: Then 'twas the Roman, now 'tis I." - A E Housman

"But mighty Nature bounds as from her birth; The sun is in the heavens, and life on earth: Flowers in the valley, splendor in the beam, Health on the gale, and freshness in the stream." - Lord Byron

"Fear not; and the God of mercies grant a full gale and a fair entry into His kingdom, which may carry sweetly and swiftly over the bar, that you find not the rub of death." - Donald Cargill

"My interest in Women in Film came from attending the Crystal Awards in 1998 where Meryl Streep and producers Gale Anne Hurd and Lucy Fisher were honored with the annual award." - Sharon Lawrence

"If hindrances obstruct the way, Thy magnanimity display. And let thy strength be seen: But O, if Fortune fill thy sail With more than a propitious gale, Take half thy canvas in." - William Cowper

"I'm very interested in working with nonprofits, people in education, medicine, people who are doing things to improve the world and who don't have the money to come to Siegel+Gale for help." - Alan Siegel

"When you watch it, you're like, Wow. I look like that. But it doesn't feel like that at all. It was about communicating with Gale Harold and getting across what I wanted to say about the character." - Randy Harrison

"Break not an ancient friendship; keep it hale; Stir round its roots, that it be green of heart; Let not the spirit of its growth depart: It is a power to brave the strongest gale." - J K Rowling

"I can't help comparing what I have with Gale to what I'm pretending to have with Peeta. How I never question Gale's motives while I do nothing but doubt the latter's. It's not a fair comparison really. Gale and I were thrown together by a mutual need to survive. Peeta and I know the other's survival means our own death. How do you sidestep that?" - Suzanne Collins

"Sometimes the road was only a lane, with thick hawthorne hedges, and the green elms overhung it on either side so that when you looked up there was only a strip of blue sky between. And as you rode along in the warm, keen air you had a sensation that the world was standing still and life would last forever. Although you were pedaling with such energy you had a delicious feeling of laziness." - W Somerset Maugham

"I grew up in the '80s and '90s listening to Public Enemy and Mobb Deep and the Smashing Pumpkins. I don't even know what it was like in the '60s - I wasn't alive then - so the Mayer Hawthorne sound is taking what I can learn from the classics, and blending it with my hip-hop DJ and producer background and punk-rock bands that I played in as a kid." - Mayer Hawthorne

"Thirty years ago, my sister, Gale (so named because a gale hit Boston Harbor the night she was born), some friends and I stole a boat in the middle of the night and sailed it out of the Santa Barbara harbor. Suddenly we were becalmed and the current began pushing us toward the breakwall. With no running lights and no power, we were dead in the water. Out of that darkness a steel hull appeared: it was the local Coast Guard cutter. My father, stern-faced and displeased, stood in the bow." - Gretel Ehrlich

"About midnight the fog shut down again denser than before. One could almost "stand on it." It continued so for a number of days, the wind increasing to a gale. The waves rose high, but I had a good ship. Still, in the dismal fog I felt myself drifting into loneliness, an insect on the straw in the midst of the elements." - Joshua Slocum

"Oh yes!' and suddenly the wintry frost-bound look of care had left Mr. Thornton's face, as if some soft summer gale had blown all anxiety away from his mind; and, though his mouth was as much compressed as before, his eyes smiled out benignly on his questioner." - Elizabeth Gaskell

"That seems to be crossing some kind of line," I say. :So anything goes?" They both stare at me- Beetee with doubt, Gale with hostility. "I guess there isn't a rule book for what might be unacceptable to do to another human being." - Suzanne Collins

"There's no district 12 to escape from now, no Peacekeepers to trick, no hungry mouths to feed. The Capitol took away all of that, and I'm on the verge of losing Gale as well. The glue of mutual needs that bonded us so tightly together for all those years is melting away." - Suzanne Collins

"And every stone and every star a tongue, And every gale of wind a curious song. The Heavens were an oracle, and spoke Divinity: the Earth did undertake The office of a priest; and I being dumb (Nothing besides was dumb) all things did come With voices and instructions..." - Thomas Traherne

"The hatred I feel for him, for the phantom girl, for everything, is so real and immediate it chokes me. Gale is mine. I am his. Anything else is unthinkable. Why did it take him being whipped within an inch of his life to see it?" - Suzanne Collins

"You would think after all the hours I'd spent with Gale- watching him talk and laugh and frown- that I would know all there was to know about his lips. But I hadn't imagined how warm they would feel pressed against my own. Or how those hands [...] could entrap me... I vaguely remember my fingers, curled tightly closed, resting on his chest." - Suzanne Collins

"Like a stand of lodgepole pines in a gale Raisa's followers all went down leaving her standing alone....There's no shelter for me not from any of this. I'll stand alone the rest of my life. THE GRAY WOLF THRONE p. 163" - Cinda Williams Chima

"I don't stand a chance if he doesn't get better. You'll never be able to let him go. You'll always feel wrong about being with me." "The way I always felt wrong kissing him because of you," I say. Gale holds my gaze. "If I thought that was true, I could almost live with the rest of it." - Suzanne Collins

"Say, shall my little bark attendant sail, Pursue the triumph, and partake the gale?" - Alexander Pope

"But hark! what shriek of death comes in the gale, And in the distant ray what glimmering sail Bends to the storm? - Now sinks the note of fear! Ah! wretched mariners! - no more shall day Unclose his cheering eye to light ye on your way!" - Ann Radcliffe

"There is no such thing as preaching patience into people unless the sermon is so long that they have to practice it while they hear. No man can learn patience except by going out into the hurly-burly world, and taking life just as it blows. Patience is but lying to and riding out the gale." - Henry Ward Beecher

"I love the sailor; his eventful life His generous spirit - his contempt of danger - His firmness in the gale, the wreck, the strife; And though a wild and reckless ocean-ranger, God grant he make the port, when life is o'er, Where storms are hush'd, and billows break no more." - Walter Colton

"Fresh glides the brook and blows the gale, Yet yonder halts the quiet mill; The whirring wheel, the rushing sail How motionless and still! Six days stern Labour shut the poor From nature's careless banquet-hall; The seventh, an Angel opes the door, And, smiling, welcomes all!" - Henry Lytton Bulwer

"Stranger of Heaven I bid thee hail! Shred from the pall of glory riven That flashest in celestial gale - Broad pennon of the King of Heaven Whate'er portends thy front of fire And streaming locks so lovely pale; Or peace to man, or judgments dire Stranger of Heaven, I bid thee hail." - James Hogg

"You would think after all the hours I"d spent with Gale- watching him talk and laugh and frown- that I would know all there was to know about his lips. But I had' imagined how warm they would feel pressed against my own. Or how those hands [...] could entrap me... I vaguely remember my fingers, curled tightly closed, resting on his chest." - Suzanne Collins

"I enjoyed reading and learning at school, and at university I enjoyed extending my reading and learning. Once I left Cambridge, I went to Yale as a fellow. I spent two years there. After that, George Gale made me literary editor of 'The Spectator." - Peter Ackroyd

"Every man, in judging of himself, is his own contemporary. He may feel the gale of popularity, but he cannot tell how long it will last. His opinion of himself wants distance, wants time, wants numbers, to set it off and confirm it." - William Hazlitt



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