— Anne Brontë British novelist and poet 1820 - 1849
Ch. IX : A Snake in the Grass; Gilbert to Eliza
„We all stand on the dart board and very few of us catch the darts. Do not think it is unfair. It is fair but you are unlucky.“
— Randy Pausch American professor of computer science, human-computer interaction and design 1960 - 2008
„When squint-eyed Slander plies the unhallow'd tongue,
From poison'd maw when Treason weaves his line,
And Muse apostate (infamy to song!)
Grovels, low muttering, at Sedition's shrine.“
— James Beattie Scottish poet, moralist and philosopher 1735 - 1803
The Judgment of Paris (1765), stanza 109.
— Robert Pollok Scottish poet 1798 - 1827
Book iv, line 725.
„With a choked cry the Englishman woke from his trance of horror, drew and fired at a darting flame-eyed shadow which fell at his feet with a shattered skull. And Kane gave tongue to one deep, fierce roar and bounded into the melee, all the berserk fury of his heathen Saxon ancestors bursting into terrible being.“
— Robert E. Howard American author 1906 - 1936
— John Keats English Romantic poet 1795 - 1821
— Beth Moore, Daniel Audio CD Set: Lives of Integrity, Words of Prophecy