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! sözlerini de kaale alalım, tam olsun...aphra behn
to christen the day *
???henry fieldingtittle-tattle tittle-tattle
... fielding'in romanından bir sophie western (susannah york) tony richardson 1963 yapımı filmi tom jones, repliğilaurence sterne
here i am!
???sir walter scott
we're all doomed! a quote from dad's army
???honoré de balzacoui
... fransız kalmış bu
???edgar allen poeaaaarrrggghhhh
korku hikayelerinin peşinde bu
bkz. `anne brontë
bkz. anne brontë
erkekçe bir merhaba! branwell selam ediyor belki de...
???nikolai gogol vas chi
(rus ya)gustave flaubert oui
(fransızca bir merhaba ya da hoşgeldin???)william makepeace thackeray
bana merhaba deyin
call me 'william makepeace thackeray'
the letter 'a' :the scarlet letter
(ne merhabası??? tecavüzden hiç bahsetmeyelim)herman melville
, a seafaring adventure about the pursuit of a great whale with one of the most famous opening lines in all literature: "call me ishmael."charles dickens
london is so beautiful this time of year...
londralı... quote is taken from a monty python sketch (improbably spoken by cardinal richelieu - sketch transcript here). (sd)anthony trollope
here come the sleepers...
i can't even spell 'mississippi'!
his stories about huckleberry finn and tom sawyer are set around the mississipi.george eliot
george reads german!
a line from the merchant ivory
film adaptation of em forster's a room with a view, spoken by mr beebe (simon callow) while looking through george emerson's books, also the source of the two "never heard of it!" quotes for dh lawrence and em forster (although the books mr beebe is referring to when he says "never heard of it!" are actually ae housman's a shropshire lad and samuel butler's the way of all flesh). click here to hear a sound clip from the film (363kb mp3 file).emile zola
j'accuse j'accuse, *
13 ocak 1898'de fransaya yazılmış açık mektup, denouncing the dreyfus affair in which a jewish officer was accused of treason and sent to devil's island. the phrase j'accuse has now become something of a journalistic cliché. şimdi emule zola..
howdy miss wharton!
he was a "friend" of edith wharton
most of his works were set in wessex, the historical name for the region of south-west england, comprising the modern counties of dorset, somerset, devon and cornwall, where they speak like that.
i'm a bloody boring writer...
a matter of opinion?
she died of tubercolosis
well hello, mr james!
she was a "friend" of henry james
never heard of it!
see george eliot
never heard of it!
see george eliot
happy the man, and happy he alone
who in all honesty can call today his own;
he who has life and strength enough to say:
yesterday's dead and gone,
i want to live today.
based on a translation by john dryden of a line from horace (odes, book 3, verse 29). the original line is heard at the very end of promenade, spoken by micheál macliammóir as the narrator in tony richardson's 1963 film tom jones.
i'm losing my mind!
she was prone to severe depression
je m'en souviens plus
french for 'i no longer remember'. proust wrote a la recherche du temps perdu (remembrance of things past).
f scott fitzgerald
baa bababa baa
a reference to the divine comedy's song bernice bobs her hair, based on f scott fitzgerald's short story
i forgot the....
oh es ist alles so häßlich
german for 'it's all so ugly'.
tu connait william faulkner?
a line from jean-luc godard's 1960 film a bout de souffle, spoken by patricia franchini (jean seberg)
the strand of pearls
ford madox ford
any colour, as long as it's black!
the famous slogan of car manufacturer henry ford - no relative of the author.
let's go to the dome, simone!
le dome was a fashionable paris café frequented by sartre and simone de beauvoir, as well as many other famous literary types.
simone de beauvoir
c'est exact present
the beach... the beach
in camus's l'etranger, the protagonist meursault kills an arab on the beach.
what do you want from me?
possibly a quote from the 1993 film of kafka's story the trial, adapted for the screen by harold pinter and starring kyle maclachlan
call me pinkie, luvvie
the main character of greene's brighton rock is called pinkie. the character was played by famous 'luvvie' richard attenborough in john boulting's 1947 film adaptation. (jm)
me car's broken down...
he wrote on the road
william s burroughs
had a penchant for hallucinogenic drugs.
i hate men!
lessing is a notoriously strong-minded feminist.
hello, little girl...
he wrote lolita.
a reference from ballard's novel crash: "the exaggerated mouldings of the instrument binnacles emphasized my growing sense of a new junction between my own body and the automobile..." (de)
how are you doing?
i don't do interviews
ivy compton burnett
have a nice day!
i've found snails!
he wrote from the diary of a snail (de)
oh, it makes me mad!
run rabbit, run rabbit, run, run, run...
wrote a series of novels about harry "rabbit" angstrom, starting with rabbit, run (1960)kazuo ishiguro
ah so, old chap!
ishiguro, who is japanese, wrote the remains of the day (1986), a booker prize-winning novel about a butler in an english country house. japanese people stereotypically say "ah so" a lot. people that live in country houses stereotypically say "old chap" a lot.
stroke john steinbeck, stroke jd salinger
too orangey for crows!
he wrote the crow road. the line is from an ancient uk tv advert for kia ora orange squash. click here to hear the song from the ad (197kb wma file).as byatt
nine tenths of the law, you know...
possession is nine tenths of the law. it is also a novel by as byatt.martin amis
like father, like son...brett easton ellis
'yu ben yazmıştım...umberto eco
i don't understand this either...
(benim için çok gürültülü)gabriel garcia marquez
mi casa es su casa
ha ha ha!
(paddy clarke ha ha ha)
names will live forever...
*to be edited
yesterday's dead and gone and i will live to-day!