And I reckon them that are good must suffer for it the same as them that are bad.
("Light in August")
More Quotes from William Faulkner:Others have done it before me. I can, too.
I took out my watch and listened to it clicking away, not knowing it couldn't even lie
He had a word, too. Love, he called it. But I had been used to words for a long time. I knew that that word was like the others just a shape to fill a lack that when the right time came, you wouldn't need a word for that anymore than for pride or fear.
As long as I live under the capitalistic system I expect to have my life influenced by the demands of moneyed people. But I will be damned if I propose the be at the beck and call of every itinerant scoundrel. . . .
Man will not merely endure; he will prevail.
The artist is still a little like the old court jester. He's supposed to speak his vicious paradoxes with some sense in them, but he isn't part of whatever the fabric is that makes a nation.
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