F. Scott Fitzgerald Quotes.

11. "They stood an uncomfortable little group weighted down by Abe's gigantic presence: he lay athwart them like the wreck of a galleon, dominating with his presence his own weakness and self-indulgence, his narrowness and bitterness. All of them were conscious of the solemn dignity that flowed from him, of his achievement, fragmentary, suggestive and surpassed. But they were frightened at his surviving will, once a will to love, now become a will to die."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

12. "Dick was about to retort by commenting on the extraordinary suits worn by Tommy and Prince Chillicheff, suits of a cut and pattern fantastic enough to have sauntered down Beale Street on a Sunday—when"
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

13. "Standing in the station, with Paris in back of them, it seemed as if they were vicariously leaning a little over the ocean, already undergoing a sea-change, a shifting about of atoms to form the essential molecule of new people."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

14. "They were all tall and slender with heads groomed like manikins' heads, and as they talked the heads waved gracefully above their dark tailored suits, rather like long-stemmed flowers and rather like cobras' hoods."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

15. "The truth was that for some months he had been going through that partitioning of the things of youth wherein it is decided whether or not to die for what one no longer believes. In the dead white hours in Zurich staring into a stranger's pantry across the upshine of a streetlamp, he used to think that he wanted to be brave and wise, but it was all pretty difficult. He wanted to be loved, too, if he could fit that in."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

16. "Within the building the trio broke into Suppe's "Light Calvary." Nicole took advantage if this to stand up and the impression of her youth beauty grew on Dick until it welled up inside him in a compact paroxysm of emotion. She smiled, a moving childish smile that was like all the lost youth in the world."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

17. "Dick got up to Zurich on less Achilles’ heels than would be required to equip a centipede, but with plenty—the illusions of eternal strength and health, and of the essential goodness of people; illusions of a nation, the lies of generations of frontier mothers who had to croon falsely, that there were no wolves outside the cabin door."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

18. "معظم الناس يظنون أن كل فرد يشعر تجاههم بأحاسيس أقوى مما يعرفه فعليا . يعتقدون أن آراء غيرهم من الناس فيهم تتأرجح بين الرضا والسخط."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

19. "Rosemary pojechała do Monte Carlo zgnębiona - na miarę swoich możliwości - wprost bezgranicznie."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

20. "He wheeled off his bicycle, feeling Nicole's eyes following him, feeling her helpless first love, feeling it twist around inside him. He went three hundred yards up the slope to the other hotel, he engaged a room and found himself washing without a memory of the intervening ten minutes, only a sort of drunken flush pierced with voices, unimportant voices that did not know how much he was loved."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

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