My Favorite Quotes
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 Tiffani Thiessen - “I have more zits now than I did as a teenager. Stress zits.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “When I'm in the field, when I'm working, I keep very careful notes. I wear big shirts with big breast pockets, and I carry in them two little spiral notebooks.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “In fiction, you have a rough idea what's coming up next - sometimes you even make a little outline - but in fact you don't know. Each day is a whole new - and for me, a very invigorating - experience.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “I'm using my research, and I hope I'm shaping it properly and telling the story well, and you do the best you can with the language.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “I used to distinguish between my fiction and nonfiction in terms of superiority or inferiority.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “Here I am, safely returned over those peaks from a journey far more beautiful and strange than anything I had hoped for or imagined - how is it that this safe return brings such regret”
 Tiffani Thiessen - “My mom always taught me to be sweet and polite and cross my legs because it's what the guys like. Actually, they like a raunchy girl once in a while.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “In nonfiction, you have that limitation, that constraint, of telling the truth.”
 Tiffani Thiessen - “There are too many rotten things in this world, and if I can put a smile on one little girl's face, one little boy's face, then I've done my job acting.”
 Anja Thiessen - “I will have to pay 12 percent of my salary for six years.”
 Anja Thiessen - “We skipped classes, so we have to get back next week.”
 Anja Thiessen - “German public education is free with the exception of the European Business School.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “I was just very interested in the American frontier and the growth of capitalism - those enormous fortunes that were being made, more often than not, on the blood of poor people, black people, Indian people. They were the ones who paid very dearly for those great fortunes.”
 Peter Matthiessen - “I think in any writing you're paying attention to detail.”
 Thomas Matthiessen - “Life is beautiful in its simplicity.”