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Jean Auel

  • His hatred of her was the hatred of the old for the new, of the traditional for the innovative, of the dying for the living.

  • Illness and accidents were mysterious manifestations of the war of the spirits, fought on the battleground of the body.

  • There was a time when the young of many clans joined together to make new clans.

  • Art was as much in the activity as in the results. Works of art were not just the finished product, but the thought, the action, the process that created them.

  • They stared at each other, wanting each other, drawn to each other, but their silent shout of love went unheard in the roar of misunderstanding, and the clatter of culturally ingrained beliefs.

Jean Auel, U.S. writer

(1936)

Full name: Jean Marie Untinen Auel.