Sympathy Quotes

“I'm completely indifferent to what genre I read provided that I feel sympathy with how a writer perceives being alive in the world.”

Thomas Ligotti
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“I didn't feel any remorse or sympathy if I injured a rival. I went over the top a few times but I never broke anyone's leg.”

Peter Storey
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“Kindliness and sympathy, fellowship and understanding, are always good, but best when they come from a distant corner of the world.”

Archibald Hill
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“This is not a country that has had a tremendous sympathy for poor people, so I think that the notion that somehow we have slipped into an era in which poor people don't matter is not quite the way our history would define it.”

Faye Wattleton
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“IT is mere coincidence that Cooper was born in the year which produced The Power of Sympathy and that when he died Uncle Tom's Cabin was passing through its serial stage, and yet the limits of his life mark almost exactly the first great period of American fiction.”

Carl Clinton Van Doren
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“To the factory farmer, in contrast to the traditional farmer with his sense of honor and obligation, the animals are 'production units,' and accorded all the sympathy that term suggests.”

Matthew Scully
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“It's hard for me to think of others because I'm not particularly in sympathy with the music of this century.”

Alan Hovhaness
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“Because I select my players from a feeling that comes to me when I am with them, a certain sympathy you might call it, or a vibration that exists between us that convinces me they are right.”

Erich von Stroheim
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