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Aunt Belle: Child, you’re out of your mind. You know you can’t wear red to the Olympus Ball.

Julie Marsden: Can’t I? I’m goin’ to. This is 1852, dumplin’. 1852, not the Dark Ages. Girls don’t have to simper around in white just because they’re not married.

Jezebel (1938)

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Eilis Lacey, sitting at the window of the upstairs living room in the house on Friary Street, noticed her sister walking briskly from work. She watched Rose crossing the street from sunlight into shade, carrying the new leather handbag that she had bought in Clerys in Dublin in the sale. Rose was wearing a cream-coloured cardigan over her shoulders. Her golf clubs were in the hall; in a few minutes, Eilis knew, someone would call for her and her sister would not return until the summer evening had faded.

Brooklyn Colm Tóibín

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Martin: I gave God a chance to kill me. He didn’t do it, so he’s pleased with me.

The White Ribbon
(2009)

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Guy Foucher: What did you name her?

Geneviève Emery: Francoise. She’s a lot like you. Do you want to see her?

Guy Foucher: I think you can go.

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The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (France - Germany, 1964)

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Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do with what happens to you. Aldous Huxley

Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do with what happens to you. Aldous Huxley

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Jean Cocteau, The Diary of His Cure

Jean Cocteau, The Diary of His Cure

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Salomé by Paul Antoine de La Boulaye (1849 – 1926) (detail)

mademoisellelapiquante:

Salomé by Paul Antoine de La Boulaye (1849 – 1926) (detail)

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Richard Brown: Oh, Mrs. Dalloway… Always giving parties to cover the silence.