„He lay back, put his arm over his eyes, and tried to hold onto the anger, because the anger made him feel brave. A brave man could think. A coward couldn't.“

—  Stephen King, livro Misery

Fonte: Misery

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História
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„The insight of a man certainly slows down his anger, and it is beauty on his part to pass over transgression.“

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„A Hebrew belief asserted that if Yahweh lays aside his bow and hangs it in the clouds, this is a sign that his anger has subsided.“

—  Carl B. Boyer American mathematician 1906 - 1976

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„He roars in his anger, he scratches, he looks not up.“

—  Robert Graves English poet and novelist 1895 - 1985

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Contexto: Down on his knees he sinks, the stiff-necked King,
Stoops and kneels and grovels, chin to the mud.
Out from his changed heart flutter on startled wing
The fancy birds of his Pride, Honour, Kinglihood.
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„When he was angry, one of his eyes became so terrible, that no person could bear to behold it; and the wretch upon whom it was fixed, instantly fell backward, and sometimes expired. For fear, however, of depopulating his dominions, and making his palace desolate, he but rarely gave way to his anger.“

—  William Beckford, livro Vathek

Quand il étoit en colère, un de ses yeux devenoit si terrible qu'on n'en pouvoit pas soutenir les regards: le malheureux sur lequel il le fixoit tomboit à la renverse, & quelquefois même expiroit à l'instant. Aussi, dans la crainte de dépeupler ses états, & de faire un désert de son palais, ce prince ne se mettoit en colère que très-rarement.
Fonte: Vathek, P. 3; translation p. 1.

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