Quotation Explorer - 'Diane Setterfield'

Though my appetite for food grew frail, my hunger for books was constant. - Diane Setterfield
No matter how banal the contents, there is always something that touches me. For someone now dead once thought these words significant enough to write them down. - Diane Setterfield
The imagination is a healthy thing, and a great many scientific discoveries could not have been made without it, but it need to be harnessed to some serious object if it is to come to anything. - Diane Setterfield
... [They] took it upon themselves to start the laborious process of cranking up life again, after death has stopped us all in its tracks. - Diane Setterfield
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