Literary Dublin Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Top 9 Quotes About Literary Dublin

#1. A system is nothing more than the subordination of all aspects of the universe to any one of such aspects. - Author: Jorge Luis Borges
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#2. Furthermore
though it was quite irrelevant now
he had no idea his killer, Kazuo Kiriyama, had, in his mansion that was much larger than Toshinori's home in Shiroiwa-cho, mastered the violin at a level far superior to Toshinori's a long time ago
and then tossed his violin into the trash. - Author: Koushun Takami
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#3. I want to reveal in a simple way the usual - and unusual - life of the city; the corporation workman, the busmen, policemen, the civil servants, the theatres, Moore Street and also, what occupies so large a place in Dublin's life, the literary and artistic. - Author: Patrick Kavanagh
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#4. What's fascinating is where they come from in the world. People in Bangladesh, a chap in a fire-base in Tikrit in Iraq. Chap in an Irish pub in Dublin. And lovely to think this literary network - or rather network of readers - is well spread out. - Author: John Gimlette
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#5. Human existence basically is--a never to be completed imperfect tense. - Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
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#6. My mother's father was from Sligo, and he used to say it was the hardest thing in the world to find a man alive in Dublin who wasn't in the GPO during the Easter Rising. Twenty brave men marched into that post office, he said, and thirty thousand marched out. - Author: Lawrence Block
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#7. I will continue to believe that Israel's security is paramount. - Author: Barack Obama
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#8. To make a good salad is to be a brilliant diplomat - the problem is entirely the same in both cases. To know how much oil to mix in with one's vinegar. - Author: Oscar Wilde
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#9. These books are all refreshingly clear-headed and unfashionable, free of cant and free of Kant; - Author: Edward Feser
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