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Susan Kay


English novelist.
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Susan Kay
My mind has touched the farthest horizons of mortal imagination and reaches ever outward to embrace infinity. There is no knowledge beyond my comprehension, no art or skill upon this entire planet that lies beyond the mastery of my hand. And yet, like Faust, I look in vain, I learn in vain... For as long as I love, no woman will ever look on me in love.
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Ah, well... hell is full of burning boats, did you know that, Nadir? I daresay that's what makes it so bloody hot.
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I can make anything disappear, if I really want to.




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For a moment I thought I knew exactly how Christ must have felt as He called John.
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Awful things!... truly awful. The floor in our dressing room starts to run with blood... disembodied hands come out of the wall and crawl across the stage.
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Hell is not a place, it's a state of mind and body; hell is obsession with a voice, a face, a name.
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Killing is like riding, you see, one never really loses the knack.
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Memories are like fireflies darting across the surface of my mind, showing me here and there images so sharp and vivid that I catch my breath in wonder before the vignette disappears, sinking like a pebble into the quicksand of regret and recrimination.
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Up in box five I blinked in surprised amusement. That was a new one! Little Giry should be writing Gothic novels, not prancing around the stage dressed as a water nymph!
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Death was the ultimate power and I his eager, willing apprentice.
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The more I thought about it, the better I liked the idea. The corps de ballet were already calling me "the Phantom of the Opera," an intriguing sobriquet which appealed to me very strongly, until I realized that it would mean signing my ransom notes P.T.O. One did not wish to descend to the ridiculous!
O.G. I became and O.G. I have remained.
But I still liked to think of myself as the Phantom.




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I have often thought I would have been quite happy as a spider.
Even a spider has the right to a mate.
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Happiness is like the first blissful intoxication of morphine.
It doesn't last very long.
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