Quotation Explorer - 'Thomas Hardy'

Altogether he was one in whom no man would have seen anything to admire, and in whom no woman would have seen anything to dislike. - Thomas Hardy
Was once lost always lost really true of chastity? - Thomas Hardy
Her heart longed for some ark into which it could fly and be at rest. Rough or smooth she did not care, so long as it was warm. - Thomas Hardy
I shall be up before you are awake; I shall be afield before you are up; and I shall have breakfasted before you are afield. In short, I shall astonish you all. - Thomas Hardy
A man's silence is wonderful to listen to. - Thomas Hardy
Though a good deal is too strange to be believed, nothing is too strange to have happened. - Thomas Hardy
Time changes everything except something within us which is always surprised by change. - Thomas Hardy
Experience is as to intensity and not as to duration. - Thomas Hardy
I shall be breakfasted before you are afield. In short, I shall astonish you all. - Thomas Hardy
My weakness has always been to prefer the large intention of an unskilful artist to the trivial intention of an accomplished one: in other words, I am more interested in the high ideas of a feeble executant than in the high execution of a feeble thinker. - Thomas Hardy
Ah, dear Jude; that's because you are like a totally deaf manobserving people listening to music. You say 'What are theyregarding? Nothing is there.' But something is. - Thomas Hardy
Geoffrey's own heart felt inconveniently large just then. - Thomas Hardy
A novel is an impression, not an argument; and there the matter must rest. - Thomas Hardy
Don't that make your bosom plim? - Thomas Hardy
Loving is misery for women always. I shall never forgive God for making me a woman and dearly am I beginning to pay for the honour of owning a pretty face. - Thomas Hardy
She felt powerless to withstand or deny him. He was altogether too much for her, and Bathsheba seemed as one who, facing a reviving wind, finds it to blow so strongly that it stops the breath. - Thomas Hardy
Idiosyncrasy and vicissitude had combined to stamp Sergeant Troy as an exceptional being. - Thomas Hardy
...there was alienation in the standing consciousness that his squareness would not fit the round hole that had been prepared for him. - Thomas Hardy
karşılıkı duygularından çok az konuşuyorlardı, böylesi sınanmış dostluklarda güzel cümleler ve sıcak ilgi gereksizdi muhtemelen…. - Thomas Hardy
If Galileo had said in verse that the world moved, the inquisition might have let him alone. - Thomas Hardy
Done because we are too many. - Thomas Hardy
Is a woman a thinking unit at all, or a fraction always wanting its integer? - Thomas Hardy
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