Helen Mccloy Quotes

Helen Mccloy Quotes: the unconscious forces that govern accessible memory are the most arbitrary of editors and the absolute masters of our lives.
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Helen Mccloy Quote: To the Latin, cynicism and middle age are synonymous. Look at our politicians - they move through their careers from left to center to right, like the hands of a clock.
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Quotes about Helen Mccloy: That's the one thing a politician mustn't have - political opinions or principles. He can have prejudices - indeed he must have prejudices and share all the popular political superstitions of the moment as ardently as he can. But he must not have principles. He must never let the people suspect that they cannot eat their cake and have it. He must promise them a defense program and a higher standard of living. He must never use that dreadful little word or.
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Quote about Helen Mccloy: There's always trouble in the Middle East. I can't recall any time in my life when there hasn't been trouble there.
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Helen Mccloy Sayings: In a city you thought of all life as human life. You had to live in the heart of the woods to realize that humanity was a slight ripple on the surface of a flood of life that seeped into every vacant crack, flowed into every biological vacuum the moment it occurred.
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Helen Mccloy Saying: That's the worst thing about money - the moment you have some you begin to suspect everyone of trying to take it away from you. And usually they are.
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Sayings about Helen Mccloy: A critic is a person who rationalizes his likes and dislikes in such impressive language that the layman thinks he is reasoning instead of rationalizing.
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