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"God bless the Reference Librarians" - James Lee Burke

"Librarians lend people books from the library. The best librarians are children's book librarians." - Richard Scarry

"What can I say? Librarians rule." - Regis Philbin

"To all librarians everywhere, God bless you." - David Morrell

"stereotypes are awfully misleading. There are typical librarians, but not all librarians are typical." - Barbara Mertz

"Librarians are tour-guides for all of knowledge." - Patrick Ness

"The librarians know the secrets, not the historians" - Dee Brown

"Librarians consider free access to information the foundation of democracy." - Marilyn Johnson

"But put two librarians' heads together, and mountains move." - Richard Peck

"Librarians are notorious snitches-don't let anybody convince you otherwise." - Tom Upton

"Librarians are notorious snitches-do' let anybody convince you otherwise." - Tom Upton

"If knowing history made you rich, librarians would be billionaires." - Warren Buffett

"Of course it's alright for librarians to smell of drink." - Barbara Pym

"Teachers are to inspire; librarians are to fulfill." - Ray Bradbury

"Librarians understand about power - they know how to find anything." - Joan Bauer

"I take every opportunity I can to speak to librarians." - Susan Elizabeth Phillips

"Librarians as a race tend to be tedious." - Peter Shaffer

"Not all librarians are evil cultists. Some librarians are instead vengeful undead who want to suck your soul." - Brandon Sanderson

"Librarians! Librarians always know how to find out things. That was their job even before the Internet." - Susan Beth Pfeffer

"In general, librarians enjoyed special requests. A reference librarian is someone who likes the chase. When librarians read for pleasure, they often pick a good mystery." - Karen Joy Fowler

"Librarians are the secret masters of the world. They control information. Don't ever piss one off." - Spider Robinson

"Once they were librarians, but that is a subject they will only discuss if heavily intoxicated." - Erin Morgenstern

"Just like old librarians, old coins are often more valuable than they appear at face value." - Kate Klise

"Librarians are like crack dealers when it comes to hooking small children." - Spider Robinson

"[Librarians] study their field with as much determination and as much delight as open-heart surgeons." - Maya Angelou

"I love librarians. They always make me feel like the world's gonna be AOK." - danah boyd

"Dedication: For librarians and booksellers everywhere, who gather books and build shelters for tender souls." - Tessa Dare

"But you want murderous feelings? Hang around librarians," confided Gamache. "All that silence. Gives them ideas." - Louise Penny

"It was like walking into a treasure trove of books, hoarded by pirate librarians." - Pseudonymous Bosch

"I love librarians. They always make me feel like the world's gonna be AOK." - danah boyd

"If book knowledge made great investors, than the librarians would all be rich." - Warren Buffett

"Librarians are your very best friend. And don't ever think otherwise." - Rett MacPherson

"Anybody who puts a book into someone else's hands inspires me - teachers, librarians, booksellers, parents." - Kate Dicamillo

"We need librarians who can handle this tremendous jumble of information that is in cyberspace." - Robert Darnton

"Librarians are teaching the next generation how to use digital media responsibly." - Jarrett J Krosoczka

"All the women in my life have been librarians, English teachers and book sellers." - Ray Bradbury

"If past history was all there was to the game, the richest people would be librarians." - Warren Buffett

"If she can't spell, why is she a librarian? Librarians should know how to spell." - Beverly Cleary

"Why was it librarians had such a prim image? With all the information available in books right there at their fingertips, librarians could be the best-informed people around. About anything." - Charlaine Harris

"Librarians see themselves as the guardians of the First Amendment. You got a thousand Mother Joneses at the barricades! I love the librarians, and I am grateful for them!" - Michael Moore

"Librarians see themselves as the guardians of the First Amendment.... You got a thousand Mother Joneses at the barricades! I love the librarians, and I am grateful for them!" - Michael Moore

"Librarians are the coolest people out there doing the hardest job out there on the frontlines. And every time I get to encounter or work with librarians, I'm always impressed by their sheer awesomeness." - Neil Gaiman

"Librarians have always been among the most thoughtful and helpful people. They are teachers without a classroom." - Willard Scott

"I see libraries and librarians as frontline soldiers in the war against illiteracy and the lack of imagination." - Neil Gaiman

"It is true for me, as for so many countless others, that librarians saved my life, my internal life." - Gloria Steinem

"I am what libraries and librarians have made me, with little assistance from a professor of Greek and poets" - Heraclitus

"Librarians save lives by handing the right book at the right time to a kid in need." - Judy Blume

"Libraries are a hallmark of a civilized culture, and librarians represent that culture to all facets of society." - Janis Ian

"Librarians are almost always very helpful and often almost absurdly knowledgeable. Their skills are probably very underestimated and largely underemployed." - Charles Medawar

"Information is not power. If information were power, then librarians would be the most powerful people on the planet." - Bruce Sterling

"In the '40s and '50s, a lot of teachers and librarians saw the graphic novel as the enemy of reading." - Gene Luen Yang

"Please don't worry. It's a psychological complaint, common amongst ex-librarians. You see, she thinks she's a coffee table edition..." - Alan Moore

"I have a real soft spot in my heart for librarians and people who care about books." - Ann Richards

"Librarians in America do something like a couple of billion dollars worth of book business every year." - Michael Moore

"I grew up a middle class, colonized child of teachers and librarians and people, women especially, who treasured education." - Lorraine Toussaint

"I am what libraries and librarians have made me, with little assistance from a professor of Greek and poets." - Heraclitus

"I was rescued by librarians. It was librarians who said 'maybe you would like to read The Hardy Boys as well as Nancy Drew.' It is true for me, as for so many countless others, that librarians saved my life, my internal life." - Gloria Steinem

"Most people don't realize how important librarians are. I ran across a book recently which suggested that the peace and prosperity of a culture was solely related to how many librarians it contained. Possibly a slight overstatement. But a culture that doesn't value its librarians doesn't value ideas and without ideas, well, where are we?" - Neil Gaiman

"There were also very special or dangerous items that had to be fetched in person, or even by large parties of armed librarians." - Garth Nix

"Acknowledgements With grateful thanks to the three least-appreciated and hardest-working proselytizers of the written word: independent bookstores, librarians, and teachers." - Gail Carriger

"Few things are better in the world than a room full of librarians. I consider them literary heroes. The keepers and defenders of the written word." - Louise Penny

"When I run the world, librarians will be exempt from tragedy. Even their smaller sorrows will last only for as long as you can take out a book." - Karen Joy Fowler

"[Librarians] are subversive. You think they're just sitting there at the desk, all quiet and everything. They're like plotting the revolution, man. I wouldn't mess with them." - Michael Moore

"The real heroes are the librarians and teachers who at no small risk to themselves refuse to lie down and play dead for censors." - Bruce Coville

"It's an essential fight librarians are making, an age-old fight; yours is a battle for civilization. It's a fight for our country's founding values." - Jim Hightower

"Reading is important. Books are important. Librarians are important. (Also, libraries are not child-care facilities, but sometimes feral children raise themselves among the stacks.)" - Neil Gaiman

"Library Science is the key to all science, just as mathematics is its language - and civilization will rise or fall, depending on how well librarians do their jobs." - Robert A Heinlein

"Don't stop now. Go ahead! Be readers all of your lives. And don't forget, librarians and teachers can help you find the right books to read." - Beverly Cleary

"Going out and not only meeting the kids, but meeting the teachers and the librarians and seeing the world, fills me up." - Kate Dicamillo

"I am what the librarians have made me with a little assistance from a professor of Greek and a few poets." - Bernard Keble Sandwell

"Libraries are brothels for the mind. Which means that librarians are the madames, greeting the punters, understanding their strange tastes and needs and then pimping their books." - Guy Browning

"Poor little librarians of the world, those girls, secretly lovely, their looks marred forever by the cruelty of a pair of big dark eyeglasses!" - Michael Chabon

"So, there I was, tied to an altar made from outdated encyclopedias, about to get sacrificed to the dark powers by a cult of evil Librarians." - Brandon Sanderson

"I just said, 'Well, the real people performing miracles every day are librarians,' and we all laughed ourselves off our chairs." - Nancy Pearl

"Libraries are brothels for the mind. Which means that librarians are the madams, greeting punters, understanding their strange tastes and needs, and pimping their books." - Guy Browning

"Librarians and romance writers accomplish one mission better than anyone, including English teachers: we create readers for life - and what could be more fulfilling than that?" - Susan Elizabeth Phillips

"My family has schoolteachers and librarians, and I think people who teach are probably some of our greatest American heroes. Certainly, underpaid and unsung." - Nick Offerman

"Adult librarians are like lazy bakers: their patrons want a jelly doughnut, so they give them a jelly doughnut. Children's librarians are ambitious bakers: 'You like the jelly doughnut? I"ll get you a jelly doughnut. But you should try my cruller, too. My cruller is gonna blow your mind, kid." - John Green

"Adult librarians are like lazy bakers: their patrons want a jelly doughnut, so they give them a jelly doughnut. Children's librarians are ambitious bakers: 'You like the jelly doughnut? I'll get you a jelly doughnut. But you should try my cruller, too. My cruller is gonna blow your mind, kid." - John Green

"I am not in touch with other writers. I don't have very much contact with other writers. I don't get invited to these things or I don't go to them. I hate panels. I speak to librarians and to conferences of English teachers. That's what I do: teachers and librarians. And high school kids." - Sandra Cisneros

"Dad claims that library science is the foundation of all sciences just as math is the key - and we will survive or founder, depending on how well the librarians do their jobs. Librarians didn't look glamorous to me but maybe Dad had hit on a not very obvious truth." - Robert A Heinlein

"The librarians that I've spoken to, the teachers and the librarians who really care and do advise parents and children of what's good and what's out there, they are very special. They have a kind of wisdom that a lot of people don't have." - Julie Andrews

"Librarians open up the world. Knowledge is useless if you don't even know where to begin to look. How much more can you discover when someone can point you in the right direction, when someone can maybe even give you a treasure map, to places you may not have even thought you were allowed to go? This is what librarians do." - Patrick Ness

"I know that I'll be writing for young adults for a long time. Mostly because I just love the readers and the teachers and librarians that I interact with." - Veronica Roth

"Librarians are more important than ever before ... are uniquely qualified to help all of us separate the digital wheat from the chaff, to help us understand the reliability of the data we encounter." - Daniel Levitin

"I really hope that all librarians aren't like Gladys Morgan. Because I'd really like , at some point, to walk into a library and not be afraid for my life." - Patrick Carman

"The Burgess sisters arrived together. Tara and Lainie do a little bit of everything. Sometimes dancers, sometimes actresses. Once they were librarians, but that is a subject they will only discuss if heavily intoxicated." - Erin Morgenstern

"They open up the world. Because knowledge is useless if you don't know how to find it, if you don't even know where to begin to look. - on librarians" - Patrick Ness

"The librarians were mysterious. It was said they could tell what book you needed just by looking at you, and they could take your voice away with a word." - Terry Pratchett

"I love librarians more than any other people in the world. When I was an immigrant kid, they"ve made me feel like a human being and they gave me books that taught me English." - Gary Shteyngart

"Good librarians are natural intelligence operatives. They possess all of the skills and characteristics required for that work: curiosity, wide-ranging knowledge, good memories, organization and analytical aptitude, and discretion." - Marilyn Johnson

"They open up the world. Because knowledge is useless if you do' know how to find it, if you do' even know where to begin to look. - on librarians" - Patrick Ness

"It's still National Library Week. You should be especially nice to a librarian today, or tomorrow. Sometime this week, anyway. Probably the librarians would like tea. Or chocolates. Or a reliable source of funding." - Neil Gaiman

"Libraries promote the sharing of knowledge, connecting people of all ages with valuable information resources. These dynamic and modern institutions, and the librarians who staff them, add immeasurably to our quality of life." - George W Bush

"Here we have bishops, priests, and deacons, a Censorship Board, vigilant librarians, confraternities and sodalities, Duce Maria, Legions of Mary, Knights of this Christian order and Knights of that one, all surrounding the sinner's free will in an embattled circle." - Sean O'Casey

"A library is a temple unabridged with priceless treasure. Librarians are the majesties who loan the jewels of measure. They welcome to the kingdom the young and old of reapers and reign among the riches as the wondrous fortune keepers." - Pam Muņoz Ryan

"I love librarians more than any other people in the world. When I was an immigrant kid, they've made me feel like a human being and they gave me books that taught me English." - Gary Shteyngart

"TO ALL THE ambulance drivers firewatchers air-raid wardens nurses canteen workers airplane spotters rescue workers mathematicians vicars vergers shopgirls chorus girls librarians debutantes spinsters fishermen retired sailors servants evacuees Shakespearean actors and mystery novelists WHO WON THE WAR." - Connie Willis

"Back before the internet we had a name for people who bought a single copy of our books and lent them to all their friends without charging: we called them "librarians"." - Charles Stross

"Present company excluded, this looked to be the most pleasant detention ever experienced by mankind. Further proof that librarians should run the world-or a least be in charge of detention at Bathory High." - Heather Brewer

"Librarians are not just gatekeepers to knowledge, they are what the American Indians used to call their special sages who preserved the oral legends of a tribe: dream keepers." - James H. Billington

"Note that the 1 Top Reviewer at Amazon (4550 book reviews) is Harriet Klausner, formerly an acquisitions librarian in Pennsylvania. This just goes to show that librarians were destined to rule the Web." - Peter Morville

"The trick is to get people to read anything, to engender the love of reading. Once you can read, you can teach yourself anything. Librarians are key, I think. They hold the power to empower." - Jane Cleland

"Librarians, Dusty, possess a vast store of politeness. These are people who get asked regularly the dumbest questions on God's green earth. These people tolerate every kind of crank and eccentric and mouth-breather there is." - Garrison Keillor

"Glam culture is ultimately rooted in obsession, and those of us who are truly devoted and loyal to the lifestyle of glamour are masters of its history. Or, to put it more elegantly, we are librarians." - Lady Gaga

"Librarians are essential players in the information revolution because they level that field. They enable those without money or education to read and learn the same things as the billionaire and the PhD." - Marilyn Johnson

"The three rules of the Librarians of Time and Space are: 1) Silence; 2) Books must be returned by no later than the date shown; and 3) Do not interfere with the nature of causality." - Terry Pratchett

"Librarians, Dusty, possess a vast store of politeness. These are people who get asked regularly the dumbest questions on God's green earth. These people tolerate every kind of crank and eccentric and mouth breather there is." - Garrison Keillor

"I wish there could be an international peace conference of booksellers, for (you will smile at this) my own conviction is that the future happiness of the world depends in no small measure on them and on the librarians." - Christopher Morley

"... one of those librarians who rules the stacks with an intimidating scowl, whispers quiet sharply enough to lacerate the tender inner tissues of the ear, and will pursue an overdue-book fine with the ferocity of a rabid ferret." - Dean Koontz

"Amy, Dan, and Nellie were sitting at a table in a conference room, examining reproductions of Franklin documents-some so rare, the librarians told her, the only copies existed in Paris. "Yeah, here's a rare grocery list," Dan muttered. "Wow." - Rick Riordan

"With 'A Northern Light,' I've already heard from teenage readers, teachers, librarians - it's been so gratifying. It's amazing that you can take something that matters so deeply to you and make it matter to someone else." - Jennifer Donnelly

"In the past, a great library was the result of librarians functioning as guardians of culture, tending and caring, selecting and recommending works that maintained and nurtured a cultural heritage." - David Gerrold

"It is an awfully sad misconception that librarians simply check books in and out. The library is the heart of a school, and without a librarian, it is but an empty shell." - Jarrett J Krosoczka

"Keepers of books, keepers of print and paper on the shelves, librarians are keepers also of the records of the human spiritthe records of men's watch upon the world and on themselves." - Archibald Macleish

"You see, I don't belive that libraries should be drab places where people sit in silence, that has been the main reason for our policy of employing wild animals as librarians." - Graham Chapman

"Librarians are hot. They have knowledge and power over their domain...It is no coincidence how many librarians are portrayed as having a passionate interior, hidden by a cool layer of reserve. Aren't books like that? On the shelf, their calm covers belie the intense experience of reading one. Reading inflames the soul. Now, what sort of person would be the keeper of such books?" - Holly Black

"In early days, I tried not to give librarians any trouble, which was where I made my primary mistake. Librarians like to be given trouble; they exist for it, they are geared to it. For the location of a mislaid volume, an uncatalogued item, your good librarian has a ferret's nose. Give her a scent and she jumps the leash, her eye bright with battle." - Catherine Drinker Bowen

"Do you really think you'd win a PR war against a bunch of committed librarians?' He thought about this, but he knew I was right. The libraries were a treasured institution and so central to everyday life that government and commerce rarely did anything that might upset them.Some say they were more powerful than the military, or, if not, they were certainly quieter. As they say: Don't mess with librarians. Only they use a stronger word than 'mess'..." - Jasper Fforde

"Children know that if they have a question about the world, the library is the place to find the answer. And someone will always be there to help them find the answer-our librarians. (A librarian's) job is an important one. Our nation runs on the fuel of information and imagination that libraries provide. And they are in charge of collecting and sharing this information in a helpful way. Librarians inform the public, and by doing so, they strengthen our great democracy." - Laura Bush

"Somhow those Ten Men - at the time they were called Recruiters, of course - discovered that Constance had been at the library. Most likely one of their informants saw her come out, because it was on that very day that the brutes showed up and threatened the librarians. Who told them nothing, incidentally.' 'The same thing happened in Holland,' Kate reflected. 'You'd think these guys would learn their lesson - librarians know how to keep quiet.' 'It helps to ask politely,' said Mr. Benedict" - Trenton Lee Stewart

"In early days, I tried not to give librarians any trouble, which was where I made my primary mistake. Librarians like to be given trouble; they exist for it, they are geared to it. For the location of a mislaid volume, an uncatalogued item, your good librarian has a ferret's nose. Give her a scent and she jumps the leash, her eye bright with battle." - Catherine Drinker Bowen

"In tight economic times, with libraries sliding farther and farther down the list of priorities, we risk the loss of their ideals, intelligence, and knowledge, not to mention their commitment to access for all-librarians consider free access to information the foundation of democracy, and they're right. Librarians are essential players in the information revolution because they level that field. They enable those without money or education to read and learn the same things as the billionaire and the Ph.D...In tough times, a librarian is a terrible thing to waste." - Marilyn Johnson

"In tight economic times, with libraries sliding farther and farther down the list of priorities, we risk the loss of their ideals, intelligence, and knowledge, not to mention their commitment to access for all-librarians consider free access to information the foundation of democracy, and they"re right. Librarians are essential players in the information revolution because they level that field. They enable those without money or education to read and learn the same things as the billionaire and the Ph.D...In tough times, a librarian is a terrible thing to waste." - Marilyn Johnson

"At the dawn of the 21st century, where knowledge is literally power, where it unlocks the gates of opportunity and success, we all have responsibilities as parents, as librarians, as educators, as politicians, and as citizens to instill in our children a love of reading so that we can give them a chance to fulfill their dreams." - Barack Obama

"Teachers and librarians are some of my favorite people, especially since I was a teacher myself. I love talking to them because they have wonderful ideas about how to share books, and especially about how to share my books with kids." - Rick Riordan

"Material that might be illegal is such a minuscule part of what is available that we have to remember and I mean not only librarians but everybody has to remember not to let it overshadow the incredible wealth of information that is available in this medium." - Judith Krug

"The library was like a second home. Or maybe more like a real home, more than the place I lived in. By going every day I got to know all the lady librarians who worked there. They knew my name and always said hi. I was painfully shy, though, and could barely reply." - Haruki Murakami

"I could not do what I do without the kindness, consideration, resourcefulness and work of librarians, particularly in public libraries. What started me writing history happened because of some curiosity that I had about some photographs I'd seen in the Library of Congress." - David Mccullough

"For years, we've been bludgeoned with the cliche "information is power." But information isn't power. After all, who's got the most information in your neighborhood? Librarians. And they're famous for having no power at all. And who has the most power in your community? Politicians. And they're notorious for being ill-informed." - Clifford Stoll

"Because of our library system anyone in America can educate themselves in any field they desire. If they are confused, librarians (that without exception in my forty-seven years experience with them) actually want to help; they take the time to try and get whatever is needed. For free. For anybody." - Nevada Barr

"It was at our library that I found Nancy Drew and fell in love with the genre. I've been grateful ever since for those tolerant, book-loving librarians who allowed a child like me to read what I wanted to read." - Nancy Pickard

"I was under the librarians' protection. Civil servants and servants of civility, they had my back. The would be whatever they needed to be that day: information professionals, teachers, police, community organizers, computer technicians, historians, confidantes, clerks, social workers, storytellers, or, in this case, guardians of my peace." - Marilyn Johnson

"It's funny that we think of libraries as quiet demure places where we are shushed by dusty, bun-balancing, bespectacled women. The truth is libraries are raucous clubhouses for free speech, controversy and community. Librarians have stood up to the Patriot Act, sat down with noisy toddlers and reached out to illiterate adults. Libraries can never be shushed." - Paula Poundstone

"Jace's eyes sparkled, but he said calmly, "Not at all. the Silent Brothers can help her retrieve her memories." "You hate the Silent Brothers," protested Isabelle. "I don't hate them," said Jace candidly."I'm afraid of them. It's not the same thing." "I thought you said they were libarians," said Clary. "They are librarians." Simon whistled. "Those must be some killer late fees." - Cassandra Clare

"You can't argue with someone who believes, or just passionately suspects, that the poet's function is not to write what he must write but, rather, to write what he would write if his life depended on his taking responsibility for writing what he must in a style designed to shut out as few of his old librarians as humanly possible." - J D Salinger

"Those who declared librarians obsolete when the Internet rage first appeared are now red-faced. We need them more than ever. The Internet is full of 'stuff' but its value and readability is often questionable. 'Stuff' doesn't give you a competitive edge, high-quality related information does." - Patricia Schroeder

"So, when people try to give you some book with a shiny round award on the cover, be kind and gracious, but tell them you don't read "fantasy," because you prefer stories that are real. Then come back here and continue your research on the cult of evil Librarians who secretly rule the world." - Brandon Sanderson

"Librarians are serious people, seldomgiven to idle jocularity. The reason for this, I believe, is because we are overwhelmed by the enormous number of good books waiting to be read, leaving little time for frivolity. My personal list of must-read books presents a daunting challenge; I can't even imagine the pressure our head librarian must be under." - Lynn Austin

"People flock in, nevertheless, in search of answers to those questions only librarians are considered to be able to answer, such as "Is this the laundry?" "How do you spell surreptitious?" and, on a regular basis, "Do you have a book I remember reading once? It had a red cover and it turned out they were twins." - Terry Pratchett

"Believers and doers are what we need - faithful librarians who are humble in the presence of books.... To be in a library is one of the purest of all experiences. This awareness of library's unique, even sacred nature, is what should be instilled in our neophites." - Lawrence Clark Powell

"I know of one semibarbarous zone whose librarians repudiate the vain and superstitious habit of trying to find sense in books, equating such a quest with attempting to find meaning in dreams or in the chaotic lines on the palms of one's hand." - Jorge Luis Borges

"Material that might be illegal is such a minuscule part of what is available that we have to remember - and I mean not only librarians but everybody has to remember not to let it overshadow the incredible wealth of information that is available in this medium." - Judith Krug

"Teachers and librarians can be the most effective advocates for diversifying children's and young adult books. When I speak to publishers, they're going to expect me to say that I would love to see more books by Native American authors and African-American authors and Arab-American authors. But when a teacher or librarian says this to publishers, it can have a profound effect." - Pat Mora

"Libraries have always seemed like the richest places in the world to me, and I?ve done some of my best learning and thinking thanks to them. Libraries and librarians have definitely changed my life ? and the lives of countless other Americans." - Barbara Bush

"I know of one semibarbarous zone whose librarians repudiate the "vain and superstitious habit" of trying to find sense in books, equating such a quest with attempting to find meaning in dreams or in the chaotic lines on the palms of one's hand." - Jorge Luis Borges

"My parents, and librarians along the way, taught me about the space between words; about the margins, where so many juicy moments of life and spirit and friendship could be found. In a library, you could find miracles and truth and you might find something that would make you laugh so hard that you get shushed, in the friendliest way." - Anne Lamott

"When I was a child, it was a matter of pride that I could plow through a Nancy Drew story in one afternoon, and begin another in the evening. . . . I was probably trying to impress the librarians who kept me supplied with books." - Kathleen Norris

"The increasing legal pressure against archives has created anxieties among researchers, librarians, and journalists. They cite the need to protect sources who wish to make a record for posterity; procuring documents and interviews from those sources will be difficult if the fruits are only one subpoena away from disclosure." - Jonathan Zittrain

"I was given the ability to create stories and characters. That's my part of the long chain of writers, publishers, agents, booksellers, librarians, and a host of others who eventually deliver literature to the world. I want to do for others what Eudora Welty did for me." - Karl Marlantes



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