Character

Character

Character(s) may refer to:

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Famous quotes containing the word character:

    Crime seems to change character when it crosses a bridge or a tunnel. In the city, crime is taken as emblematic of class and race. In the suburbs, though, it’s intimate and psychological—resistant to generalization, a mystery of the individual soul.
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    Foolish, whenever you take the meanness and formality of that thing you do, instead of converting it into the obedient spiracle of your character and aims.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    You know that the beginning is the most important part of any work, especially in the case of a young and tender thing; for that is the time at which the character is being framed.
    Plato (5th century B.C.)