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Lloyd Alexander Quotes

10 of the best book quotes from Lloyd Alexander
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″‘In some cases,’ he said, ‘we learn more by looking for the answer to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself.‘”
Lloyd Alexander
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The Book of Three
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Dallben
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questions
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“But it’s very thoughtful of you to say that. It shows a kind heart, and I think that’s so much more important than being clever.”
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″‘I’m trying to make myself invisible.’ ‘That’s an odd thing to attempt.‘”
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″‘Neither refuse to give help when it is needed’, Medwyn continued, ‘nor refuse to accept it when it is offered.‘”
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“Are you slowwitted? I’m so sorry for you. It’s terrible to be dull and stupid.”
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“I have never known courage to be judged by the length of a man’s hair. Or, for the matter of that, whether he has any hair at all.”
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“Do you not believe that animals know grief and fear and pain? The world of men is not an easy one for them.”
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“You must learn to help yourselves, that is true; but you must also learn to help one another.”
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“Nothing we do is ever done entirely alone. There is a part of us in everyone else—you, of all people, should know that.”
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“I wish you’d stop wondering about things that can’t make any difference to us.”

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