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9+ quotes from Night's Master by Tanith Lee

Quotes from Night's Master

Tanith Lee ·  208 pages

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“Go nowhere on a horse that fades, for your dreams will betray you.”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“and their days make no story for they were good and joyful and without event”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“Dawn rose from the desert and turned the river to wine”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“Go nowhere on a horse that fades.”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“When the night burned its cloak in the sunrise...”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“Flat or round, there has always been hate in the world.”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“(Oscar) Wilde is surely one of the most erotic writers who ever lived.”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“hatred and jealousy must find a tongue; only the creatures which never feel those things have no need to talk.”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

“Having told of so much beauty, how is it possible to tell of her? There are no words left on the earth in any tongue that will do. Such words vanished from the world when it shook itself free from the ocean of chaos, in a cataclysm that reshaped it like one of the balls small children throw in the air at play.”
― Tanith Lee, quote from Night's Master

About the author

Tanith Lee
Born place: in London, The United Kingdom
Born date September 19, 1947
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