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guests Quotes

Nine of the best book quotes about guests
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“And if at night one holds you closely pressed, locked in his prayers so you cannot stray, …..you are the guest …..who comes, but not to stay.”
Rainer Maria Rilke
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God
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The Book of Hours
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“There were, I considered, amongst my guests, varying degrees of guilt. Those whose guilt was the lightest should, I considered, pass out first, and not suffer the prolonged mental strain and fear that the more cold-blooded offenders were to suffer.”
Judge Lawrence Wargrave
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“The festivities are over, night has fallen, the stars have risen in the sky. King Babar and Queen Celeste are indeed very happy. Now the world is asleep. The guests have gone home, happy, though tired from too much dancing. They will long remember this great celebration.”
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The narrative is just deadpan enough to highlight the moose shenanigans, and Bridget’s attempts to cope with these unruly guests actually hint in an exaggerated way at what real siblings might be like.
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The story falls flat on the scare factor as the wolves are only perceived as the usual unwelcome guests in the family’s home and the story is slow-paced as it took time for the family to decide to rush back to their home.
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″ You wanted my horns; now your quite welcome to ‘em! Keep ‘em! They’re yours! As for ME, I shall take Myself to the far distant side of the lake!”
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“A host has to put up with all kind of pests, for a host, above all, must be nice to his guest. So you’d try hard to smile, and you’d try to look sweet and you’d go right on looking for moose-moss to eat.”
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“Because of those pests, he had run out of luck, because of those guests on his horns, he was stuck!”
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“His old horns today are where you knew they would be. His quests are still on them, all stuffed, as they should be.”

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