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Alice Sebold

  • You save yourself or you remain unsaved.

    • Alice Sebold,
    • Lucky
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  • ... under rape in the dictionary it should tell the truth. It is not just forcible intercourse; rape means to inhabit and destroy everything.

    • Alice Sebold,
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  • Learn a language of another country and then you can go to that country: a place where the problems of your family will not follow. A language they do not speak.

    • Alice Sebold,
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  • Sometimes the dreams that come true are the dreams you never even knew you had.

  • Each time I told my story, I lost a bit, the smallest drop of pain.

  • Our only kiss was like an accident — a beautiful gasoline rainbow.

  • Every day a question mark.

  • One thing about failing repeatedly: If you're still doing it after you've failed that much, you really mean it.

    • Alice Sebold,
    • in Writer's Digest ()

Alice Sebold, U.S. writer

(1963)