— Glen Cook American fiction writer 1944
Chapter 55 (p. 466)
— Donald J. Trump 45th President of the United States of America 1946
— Francis Turner Palgrave English poet and critic 1824 - 1897
"A Danish Barrow".
— Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
Bk. X, ch. 16
— Emily Dickinson American poet 1830 - 1886
— E. B. White American writer 1899 - 1985
"A Report in January" (30 January 1958), The Points of My Compass: Letters from the East, the West, the North, the South (1962); reprinted in Essays of E.B. White (1977)
„I might have preferred iron, but bronze will do. It won't rust. And, this time I hope, the head will stay on.“
— Margaret Thatcher British stateswoman and politician 1925 - 2013
" Statue of Margaret Thatcher unveiled at British Parliament http://legacy.utsandiego.com/news/world/20070221-1456-britain-thatcher-statue.html", Associated Press, 21 February 2007. On the unveiling of a statue of her in the Members' Lobby of the House of Commons. Baroness Thatcher referred to a previous marble statue which was decapitated http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2091200.stm in 2002.
— Madeleine L'Engle American writer 1918 - 2007
Context: I don't want to dump on TV, but there's no doubt that our language has been changed by television, especially by the media, which tries to manipulate us into being consumers. Most of the time nowadays we human beings are referred to as consumers. What does the consumer think? What does the consumer want? How ugly. Forest fires consume. Cancer consumes. I want us to be nourishers. To be a librarian, particularly a librarian for young adults, is to be a nourisher, to share stories, offer books full of new ideas. We live in a world which has changed radically in the last half century, and story helps us to understand and live creatively with change. The changes are not going to stop. They are going to continue and accelerate. Like it or not.