Sherwood Anderson Quotes

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I am a lover and have not found my thing to love -Sherwood Anderson
The disease we all have and that we have to fight against all our lives is ... the disease of self ... -Sherwood Anderson
It may be life is only worthwhile at moments. Perhaps that is all we ought to expect. -Sherwood Anderson
Realism in so far as it means Reality to life is always bad art. -Sherwood Anderson
I don't know what I shall do. I just want to go away and look at people and think. -Sherwood Anderson
To be civilized, really, is to be aware of the others, their hopes, their gladnesses, their illusions about life. -Sherwood Anderson
There are men everywhere who talk and talk, saying nothing. I am afraid I am becoming one of that kind. -Sherwood Anderson
The machines men are so intent on making have carried them very far from the old sweet things. -Sherwood Anderson
Those of my critics who declare I have no feeling for form will be filled with delight over the meandering formlessness of these notes. -Sherwood Anderson
I go about looking at horses and cattle. They eat grass, make love, work when they have to, bear their young. I am sick with envy of them. -Sherwood Anderson
People keep on getting married. Evidently hope is eternal in the human breast. -Sherwood Anderson
Wait and wait. Most people's lives are spent waiting. -Sherwood Anderson
Dare to be strong and courageous. That is the road. Venture anything. Be brave enough to dare to be loved. -Sherwood Anderson
I have always been one who wanted a great of love, admiration and respect from others without having to go to all the trouble of deserving it. -Sherwood Anderson
Most boys have seasons of wishing they could die gloriously instead of just being grocery clerks and going on with their humdrum lives. -Sherwood Anderson
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