Love From A Stranger (play)
Love from a Stranger is a 1936 play based on Philomel Cottage, a 1924 short story by British mystery writer Agatha Christie.
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Famous quotes containing the words love and/or stranger:
“The people in power will not disappear voluntarily, giving flowers to the cops just isnt going to work. This thinking is fostered by the establishment; they like nothing better than love and nonviolence. The only way I like to see cops given flowers is in a flower pot from a high window.”
—William Burroughs (b. 1914)
“Thats why I quit and took up writing poetry instead.
Its clean, its relaxing, it doesnt squirt juice all over
Something you were certain of a minute ago and now your own face
Is a stranger and no one can tell you its true. Hey, stupid!”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)