Sympathy Quotes

“It is in Rousseau's writing above all that history begins to turn from upper-class honour to middle-class humanitarianism. Pity, sympathy and compassion lie at the centre of his moral vision. Values associated with the feminine begin to infiltrate social existence as a whole, rather than being confined to the domestic sphere.”

Terry Eagleton
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“My upbringing has given me sympathy for the idea of isolation and what it is to be a new person in the room, where everyone else has some amount of familiarity and comfort.”

Julianne Moore
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“A lot of actors find it impossible not to ask for the audience's sympathy. They have a need to twinkle.”

Julian Fellowes
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“I can hardly express in words my deep feeling and sympathy for them, knowing as I do, the many serious handicaps and obstacles that will confront them in almost every walk of life.”

Major Taylor
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“Despite my excellent mood, I don't have any sympathy for Romney. If he'd been a good candidate he wouldn't have had a different campaign for every month on the calendar.”

Gail Collins
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“AIDS had won gays sympathy; they no longer seemed the privileged brats that the general populace had resented in the 1970s.”

Edmund White
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“I have every sympathy for writers. It's a mystery to me what they do. I can edit. I can cross out and say, 'I'm not saying that' or, 'How about we move this to here? Wouldn't that make that bit of the story better?' But where any of it comes from is beyond me. I will never write a play or a novel.”

Alan Rickman
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“I felt bad when George Bush was booed. But only briefly. My sympathy for that man has a half-life of about four seconds.”

Dick Cavett
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