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William Styron About :-William Clark Styron Jr. was an American novelist and essayist who won major literary awards for his work. Wikipedia

Born: 11 June 1925, Hilton Village, Newport News, Virginia, United States
Died: 1 November 2006, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, United States
Spouse: Rose Burgunder (m. 1953–2006)
Movies: Sophie’s Choice, Shadrach, Goodbye Uncle Tom, Mark Twain, James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket, Na plovárně

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A good book should leave you… slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading it.
Reading – the best state yet to keep absolute loneliness at bay.
Mysteriously and in ways that are totally remote from natural experience, the gray drizzle of horror induced by depression takes on the quality of physical pain.
I get a fine warm feeling when I’m doing well, but that pleasure is pretty much negated by the pain of getting started each day. Let’s face it, writing is hell.
I think it’s unfortunate to have critics for friends.
The good writing of any age has always been the product of someone’s neurosis.
And so we came forth, and once again beheld the stars.
Writing is a fine therapy for people who are perpetually scared of nameless threats… for jittery people.

Sophie’s Choice Quotes

William Clark Styron Jr. was an American novelist and essayist who won major literary awards for his work. Wikipedia
“This was not judgment day – only morning. Morning: excellent and fair.”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“I have learned to cry again and I think perhaps that means I am a human being again. Perhaps that at least. A piece of human being but yes, a human being.”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“Let your love flow out on all living things.”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“I suddenly encountered the face of loneliness, and decided that it was a merciless and ugly face indeed.”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“I don’t see any point in trying to equate one evil with another, or to assign some stupid scale of values. They’re both awful! Would”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“Oh yes,” I said with a shiver, “oh yes, it does. It enlarges one’s sense of history.”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“real evil is gloomy, monotonous, barren, boring.” Beyond”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“An extermination center can only manufacture corpses; a society of total domination creates a world of the living dead…”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“the fate of Bobby Weed at the hands of white Southern Americans is as bottomlessly barbaric as any act performed by the Nazis during the rule of Adolf Hitler! Do”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“I was still in this state of being a little girl and thinking that this wonderful life so comfortable and safe and secure would continue forever. Mama”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice
“I was so completely dependent on him, you see, and that was not a healthy thing.”
― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice

The Confessions of Nat Turner Quotes

The Confessions of Nat Turner is a 1967 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by American writer William Styron. Presented as a first-person narrative by historical figure Nat Turner, the novel concerns the slave revolt in Virginia in 1831. Wikipedia
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“Though it is a painful fact that most Negroes are hopelessly docile, many of them are filled with fury, and the unctuous coating of flattery which surrounds and encases that fury is but a form of self-preservation.”
― William Styron, The Confessions of Nat Turner
“It is evil to keep these people in bondage, yet they cannot be freed. They must be educated!
― William Styron, The Confessions of Nat Turner
“That I chose Independence Day as the moment to strike was of course a piece of deliberate irony.”
― William Styron, The Confessions of Nat Turner
“Ephesians Six, Five: Servants, be obedient to them that are your masters according to the flesh, with fear and trembling, in singleness of your heart, as unto Christ.”
― William Styron, The Confessions of Nat Turner
“Why, I think, as you say, to wit, that they are bad times, and bad they will be, until men are better; for they are bad men that make bad times; if men, therefore, would mend, so would the times. It is a folly to look for good days so long as sin is so high, and those that study its nourishment so many”
― William Styron, The Confessions of Nat Turner

Darkness Visible Quotes

Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness is a memoir by American writer William Styron about his descent into depression and the triumph of recovery. It is among the last books published by Styron and is widely considered one of his best and most influential works. Wikipedia
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“It is hopelessness even more than pain that crushes the soul.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
E quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle.
And so we came forth, and once again beheld the stars.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
“Loss in all of its manifestations is the touchstone of depression—in the progress of the disease and, most likely, in its origin.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
“It is a positive and active anguish, a sort of psychical neuralgia wholly unknown to normal life.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
“depression, when it finally came to me, was in fact no stranger, not even a visitor totally unannounced; it had been tapping at my door for decades.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
“depression, which can be as serious a medical affair as diabetes or cancer.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
“This memory of my relative indifference is important because such indifference demonstrates powerfully the outsider’s inability to grasp the essence of the illness.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness
“The libido also made an early exit, as it does in most major illnesses—it is the superfluous need of a body in beleaguered emergency.”
― William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness

William Styron, Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness

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“loss. Loss in all of its manifestations is the touchstone of depression—in the progress of the disease and, most likely, in its origin”
“In the absence of hope we must still struggle to survive, and so we do – by the skin of our teeth.”
“Time hangs heavy in the hospital, and the best I can say for Group Therapy is that it was a way to occupy the hours. More”
“In the middle of the journey of our life I found myself in a dark wood, For I had lost the right path.”
“I was feeling in my mind a sensation close to, but indescribably different from, actual pain.”
“فحينما تكون في بر الأمان و تطلب من شخصٍ آخر يغرق أن يبتهج فإن طلبك هذا يرقى الى مستوى الاهانة.”
“بات هناك اقتناع كبير بأن الأشخاص ذوي الميول الفنية و الأدبية و لا سيما الشعراء منهم، هم الأكر عرضة للإصابة بهذا الاضطراب.”
“لم أستطيع أبداً أن أعرف السبب المسؤول عن اصابتي بالإكتئاب، كما لن يعرف أي أحدٍ السبب وراء اكتئابه، و سوف تظل معرفة ذلك غالباً و إلى الأبد ضرباً من المستحيل.”
“إنّ الأشخاص المصابين بالإكتئاب عادةً ما تقتصر خطورتهم على أنفسهم، و عموماً فإن جنون الإكتئاب هو نقيض العنف، انه عاصفة فعلاً و لكنها عاصفة ضبابية كثيفة.”
“such incomprehension has usually been due not to a failure of sympathy but to the basic inability of healthy people to imagine a form of torment so alien to everyday experience.”
“For me the real healers were seclusion and time.”
“E quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle.”
“أنا عاجز عن القبول بفكرة أن هناك مَن يمكن أن تراوده في الأصل الرغبة في قتل نفسه.”

Lie Down in Darkness Quotes

Lie Down in Darkness is the first novel by American novelist William Styron, published in 1951. Written when he was 26 years old, the novel received a great deal of critical acclaim. After graduating from Duke University in 1947, Styron took an editing position with McGraw-Hill in New York City. Wikipedia
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“Maybe that’s the key to happiness—being sort of dumb, not wanting to know any of the answers.”
― William Styron, Lie Down in Darkness
“He was made uneasy by unbraked hilarity and by extremes of sorrow alike, especially the latter; he preferred life to sail along pleasantly and evenly, and this, he knew, was for him a minor sort of tragedy. ”
― William Styron, Lie Down in Darkness
“Perhaps, he thought, if I only think of this second, this moment, the train won’t come at all. Think of the water, think of now.”
― William Styron, Lie Down in Darkness
“Through some happy accident of heredity he had escaped his father’s tediousness, while retaining a little of his mother’s jolly high spirits and humor. This did not make him anything special, but at least he was good-natured.”
― William Styron, Lie Down in Darkness
“The grief is coming now, she said to herself: He’s beginning to know what suffering is. Perhaps that’s good in a way. Even he. Perhaps that’s good for a man—finally to know what suffering is, to know what a woman somehow knows almost from the day she’s born.”
― William Styron, Lie Down in Darkness
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