Novel Related Quotes



“I always seem to get inspiration and renewed vitality by contact with this great novel land of yours which sticks up out of the Atlantic.”

Winston Churchill


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“will be unavailable for interviews or appearances until the release of his next novel. No release date is yet scheduled.”

Dan Brown


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“I mean, if you think about a writer, you're going to write a novel that takes several months, but there's never a time you're doing anything more than shoving one word up against the next. And clusters of those words make sentences and paragraphs and a chapter. You just try to maintain the same voice and the same attitude so it sounds like the same person wrote the last chapter that wrote the first chapter.”

Chuck Close


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“We're interested in looking at novel materials, novel combinations of existing materials, and we're also interested in evaluating just whatever is out there.”

Marian Mccord


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“By its very nature, the novel indicates that we are becoming. There is no final solution. There is no last word.”

Carlos Fuentes


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“It's a novel idea. Where it's unique is that if directors don't meet internally based targets, they get nothing.”

Charles Elson


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“The novel really has nothing to do with the piece, but the title just fit.”

Chad Langford


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“[Yet the writer's lot has particular satisfactions.] When a novel is published, however it's received, ... it is the book you wrote, and a better version is not sitting on the cutting-room floor because your distributor insisted on 17 ill-advised cuts.”

Michael Cunningham


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“It's not a good idea to put your wife into a novel; not your latest wife anyway.”

Norman Mailer


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“In 2003, we showed that a new medication that works by a novel system was effective in the moderate to severe stages of Alzheimer's disease.”

Dr. Barry Reisberg


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