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Famous Lines by Robert Andrews

Famous Lines

by Robert Andrews

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0231102186, Hardcover)

The most up-to-date collection of familiar quotations available, Famous Lines brings together more than 6,000 of the most durable observations, witticisms, and incendiary statements from voices across the ages, from Aristotle to Malcolm X, from the Romantic odes of John Keats to the stream-of-consciousness Beat poetry of Jack Kerouac. Full author and key word indexes and complete cross-referencing by subject make this the best sourcebook for accurate answers on the statements that matter.

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"More than 6,000 of the most enduring observations, witticisms, and incendiary statements from people of all types from antiquity to the present, with all the necessary details of the first publication, the specific chapter and scene, and even the character speaking."--Jacket.… (more)

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