„What really happened to her? How did she die?“

—  Sukarno

Reaction to Marilyn Monroe's death, Sarge: The Life and Times of Sargent Shriver, p. 433

Übernommen aus Wikiquote. Letzte Aktualisierung 3. Juni 2021. Geschichte
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Sukarno3
indonesischer Politiker 1901 - 1970

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„Most reporters I've spoken with want very badly to understand what is happening to her, but the "why" is really very unimportant. That is just not the point of the show. The journey is how she will deal with this situation, and how it will change her life.“

—  Caroline Dhavernas Canadian actress 1978

About her character on Wonderfalls, in "'Wonderfalls' Spills Torrent of Wit" by John Crooks at Zap2it.com (2004) http://entertainment.msn.com/news/article.aspx?news=151951&wa=wsignin1.0

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„In what awe you stood of her! How miserable you were when you had offended her! And yet, how pleasant to be bullied by her and to sue for pardon without having the slightest notion of what your fault was! How dark the world was when she snubbed you, as she often did, the little rogue, just to see you look wretched; how sunny when she smiled! How jealous you were of every one about her! How you hated every man she shook hands with, every woman she kissed—the maid that did her hair, the boy that cleaned her shoes, the dog she nursed—though you had to be respectful to the last-named! How you looked forward to seeing her, how stupid you were when you did see her, staring at her without saying a word! How impossible it was for you to go out at any time of the day or night without finding yourself eventually opposite her windows!“

—  Jerome K. Jerome, buch Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (1886)
Kontext: And who would not risk its terrors to gain its raptures? Ah, what raptures they were! The mere recollection thrills you. How delicious it was to tell her that you loved her, that you lived for her, that you would die for her! How you did rave, to be sure, what floods of extravagant nonsense you poured forth, and oh, how cruel it was of her to pretend not to believe you! In what awe you stood of her! How miserable you were when you had offended her! And yet, how pleasant to be bullied by her and to sue for pardon without having the slightest notion of what your fault was! How dark the world was when she snubbed you, as she often did, the little rogue, just to see you look wretched; how sunny when she smiled! How jealous you were of every one about her! How you hated every man she shook hands with, every woman she kissed—the maid that did her hair, the boy that cleaned her shoes, the dog she nursed—though you had to be respectful to the last-named! How you looked forward to seeing her, how stupid you were when you did see her, staring at her without saying a word! How impossible it was for you to go out at any time of the day or night without finding yourself eventually opposite her windows!

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„There is a sort of mythology that grows up about what happened, which is different from what really did happen.“

—  Peter Higgs British physicist 1929

About the early days after the proposal of the Higgs mechanism, as quoted by Peter Rodgers, in Peter Higgs: the man behind the boson http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/print/19750, Physics World (July 10, 2004)

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„How did money ever happen? What's it mean? What's it for?“

—  William Saroyan American writer 1908 - 1981

Jim Dandy : Fat Man in a Famine (1947)

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„At the end of a person's life that's what they are looking at. What happened inside? How did that experience change me, and how did I change it?“

—  Vanna Bonta Italian-American writer, poet, inventor, actress, voice artist (1958-2014) 1958 - 2014

Vanna Bonta Talks About Quantum fiction: Author Interview (2007)

„That dichotomy between who she was and who she thought she should be was what really killed her.“

—  Charles de Lint author 1951

“Pal o’ Mine”, p. 244
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„She wasn't a person to whom things happen. She did all the happenings.“

—  Muriel Spark, buch Aiding and Abetting

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„He gave her his heart. She took it and placed it quietly in the pocket of her gown. No one observed what she did.“

—  Susanna Clarke, buch Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

Quelle: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

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„When Alexander McQueen bought the Kate Moss painting, she was really being persecuted. I can't remember the exact timing, but I think it was before the cocaine, when she was just having a hard time with Peter. I think that was when he bought that. I was really pleased because he was such a huge supporter of her. It was so terrible what was happening to her.“

—  Stella Vine English artist 1969

Honigman, Ana Finel. "Stella Vine in conversation with Ana Finel Honigman" http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/blogon/2007/07/stella_vine_in_conversation_wi.php, Saatchi Gallery (2007-07-25)
On her Kate Moss painting bought by fashion designer Alexander McQueen.

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