Quotes from The Courts of Chaos

Roger Zelazny ·  189 pages

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“I saw my earlier selves as different people, acquaintances I had outgrown. I wondered how I could ever have been some of them.”
― Roger Zelazny, quote from The Courts of Chaos

“And the man clad in black and silver with a silver rose upon him? He would like to think that he has learned something of trust, that he has washed his eyes in some clear spring, that he has polished an ideal or two. Never Mind. He may still be only a smart-mouthed meddler, skilled mainly in the minor art of survival, blind as ever the dungeons knew him to the finer shades of irony. Never mind, let it go, let it be. I may never be pleased with him.”
― Roger Zelazny, quote from The Courts of Chaos

“Ali gotovo uvijek idemo najkraćim putem, ravno, pa zaboravljamo da čovjek može napredovati čak i kad ide u krug.”
― Roger Zelazny, quote from The Courts of Chaos

“So I simply said one of the great trite truths: "There is generally more than one side to a story.”
― Roger Zelazny, quote from The Courts of Chaos

“Predosjećaji su se igrali lovice u dubinama moga uma, ali niti jedan od njih nije mi se sviđao dovoljno da bih ga poveo na ručak.”
― Roger Zelazny, quote from The Courts of Chaos

About the author

Roger Zelazny
Born place: in Euclid, Ohio, The United States
Born date May 13, 1937
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