„I always liked strange characters.“

—  Tim Burton

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„Jealousy is a strange transformer of characters.“

—  Arthur Conan Doyle Scottish physician and author 1859 - 1930

Quelle: The Adventure Of The Noble Bachelor

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„I was always a character actor. I just looked like Little Red Riding Hood.“

—  Paul Newman American actor and film director 1925 - 2008

Quoted in Maureen Dowd, "Testing Himself," The New York Times (1986-09-28), section 6, page 16, column 1

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„It is the addition of strangeness to beauty that constitutes the romantic character in art.“

—  Walter Pater essayist, art and literature critic, fiction writer 1839 - 1894

Appreciation, Postscript (1889)

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„Tis strange - but true; for Truth is always strange,
Stranger than Fiction“

—  George Gordon Byron English poet and a leading figure in the Romantic movement 1788 - 1824

Variante: For truth is always strange; stranger than fiction.

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„For me, the walk of the character is always the first part that I must define for myself.“

—  Halle Berry American actress 1966

Helen Barlow (March 15, 2002) "Monster Success", The Age, p. 3.

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„Anything big and strange always upsets the people in power.“

—  Robert Silverberg American speculative fiction writer and editor 1935

Quelle: Short fiction, Thomas the Proclaimer (1972), Chapter 6, “The Woman Who Is Sore at Heart Reproaches Thomas” (p. 91)

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„Alas, the strange varieties or life!
We live 'mid perils and pleasures, like
Characters 'graven on the sand, or hues
Colouring the rainbow. Wild as a sick fancy
And changeful as a maiden, is this dream,
This brief dream on earth - - -“

—  Letitia Elizabeth Landon English poet and novelist 1802 - 1838

(7th September 1822) Poetical Sketches. Third series - Sketch the First. The Mine
14th September 1822) Poetical Sketches. Third series - Sketch the Second. Gladesmuir see The Improvisatrice (1824
21st September 1822) Poetical Sketches. Third series - Sketch the Third. The Minstrel of Portugal see The Improvisatrice (1824
28th September 1822) Poetical Sketches. Third series - Sketch the Fourth. The Castilian Nuptuals see The Vow of the Peacock (1835
5th October 1822) Poetical Sketches. Third series - Sketch the Fifth. The Lover's Rock see The Vow of the Peacock (1835
12th October 1822) Poetical Sketches. Third series - Sketch the Sixth. The Basque girl and Henri Quatre see The Improvisatrice (1824
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„I always say I'm an escape artist, Style is something I've always tried to avoid. I'm more interested in character. Character comes out of the work. Style is applied or imposed on it.“

—  Elaine de Kooning American painter 1918 - 1989

in 'Sketches for a Series', interview with art-critic Rose Slivka; as quoted in 'Elaine de Kooning, Artist and Teacher, Dies at 68', New York Times, Grace Glueck, February 2, 1989
1972 - 1989

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„I don't like talking about the characters I do in film, ever.“

—  Michelle Pfeiffer American actress 1958

Vogue (1991) http://www.pfeiffertheface.com/Mag_1991-10_Vogue.htm
Kontext: I don't like talking about the characters I do in film, ever. There's no deep, dark meaning. It's just an idea. It's just an idea.

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