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- Robert South: English churchman
Quotes 1 till 15 of 68.
American actor, comedian and producer 1984-
'South Park' is so hilarious... I remember when it first came out: that show changed television forever.
American-British author 1951-
A friend Alan and I ended up in an Outback pub in a place called Daly Waters and apparently, he says, in the course of this very lively evening we spent there I offered to do a house swap with a family from Korea. We weren't sure whether they were from North Korea or South Korea.Source: Interview with Stanfords Newsletter (June 2001)
A. Whitney Brown
American writer and comedian 1952-
A group of white South Africans recently killed a black lawyer because he was black. That was wrong. They should have killed him because he was a lawyer.
A single tree in the tropical forest in the south of Mexico has more different species than some European countries.
Action is the highest perfection and drawing forth of the utmost power, vigor, and activity of man's nature.
British actor 1949-
As a gay Jewish white South African, I belong to quite a lot of minority groups. You constantly have to question who you are, what you are and whether you have the courage to be who you are.
As I remember, the first real poem I wrote was about the wheat fields between Spokane and Pullman, to the south.
American political activist 1936-
Being so closely related to the South, barbecue was part of segregation and helped defeat it.
Biography is a very definite region bounded on the north by history, on the south by fiction, on the east by obituary, and on the west by tedium.
Defeat should never be a source of discouragement, but rather a fresh stimulus.
Indian author 1961-
Do you think that the people of South Africa, or anywhere on the continent of Africa, or India, or Pakistan are longing to be kicked around all over again?
English writer 1930-2012
Eudora Welty's 'A Curtain of Green' had an enormous effect on me. But my early attempts to graft stories from the Deep South onto North of England provincialism were not successful. All were rejected.
American blues guitarist and singer 1936-
Everyone thinks because you're from the south you know everyone down there, but it's not like that; I never knew nothing about no Mississippi.
Benjamin E. Mays
American Baptist minister and civil rights leader 1894-1984
For nearly a century, the South made itself believe that Negroes and white people were really communicating. So convinced of this were the white Southerners that they almost made the nation believe that they, and only they, knew the mind of the Southern Negro.
Guilt upon the conscience, like rust upon iron, both defiles and consumes it, gnawing and creeping into it, as that does which at last eats out the very heart and substance of the metal.