Joanne Harris Quotes

Joanne Harris Quotes: Drunkeness, she told us in a rare moment of confidence, is a sin against the fruit, the tree, the wine itself. Wine, distilled and nurtured from bud into fruit; it deserves reverance. Joy. Gentleness. (Page 194.)
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Joanne Harris Quote: But I rather thought--I mean, I heard you'd killed Balder the Fair.
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Quotes about Joanne Harris: All those moments, those memories. Everything that we are, compressed in just two or three kilos of paper
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Quote about Joanne Harris: ...we do not simply get showered with Hollywood money because we happened to write a little story about wizards one day. It's not winning the lottery. It's a real job, which real people do, and they have the same real problems as other real people.
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Joanne Harris Sayings: The process of giving is without limits.
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Joanne Harris Saying: It's a feeling which tells me that any woman can be beautiful in the eyes of a man who loves her.
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Sayings about Joanne Harris: In any case, fire burns; that's its nature, and you can't expect to change that. You can use it to cook your meat or to burn down your neighbor's house. And is the fire you use for cooking any different from the one you use for burning? And does that mean you should eat your supper raw?
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Saying about Joanne Harris: It isn't just a village. The houses aren't just places to live. Everything belongs to everybody. Everyone belongs to everyone else. Even a single person can make a difference.
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Joanne Harris Quotes: A little tantrum in real life seems so much bigger online.
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