Louis L’Amour (b. March 22, 1908, Jamestown, ND; d. June 10, 1988, Los Angeles, CA)
“Knowledge is like money: to be of value it must circulate, and in circulating it can increase in quantity and, hopefully, in value.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: Sackett’s Land
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Tennessee Williams (b. March 26, 1911, Columbus, MS; d. February 25, 1983, New York, NY)
“Life is an unanswered question, but let’s still believe in the dignity and importance of the question.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: A Streetcar Named Desire
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John Jakes (b. March 31, 1932, Chicago, IL)
“Be yourself. Above all, let who you are, what you are, what you believe shine through every sentence you write, every piece you finish.” Find more quotes here.
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William Manchester (b. April 1, 1922, Attleboro, MA; d. June 1, 2004, Middletown, CT)
“Men do not fight for flag or country, for the Marine Corps or glory or any other abstraction. They fight for one another.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: The Last Lion, American Caesar
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Milan Kundera (b. April 1, 1929, Brno, Czech Republic)
“Hate traps us by binding us too tightly to our adversary.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: The Unbearable Lightness of Being
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