Output is currently
limited to the first 50 quotes which match the search key.
Quotes will be found in the quote file selected above.
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file list for a description of each collection.
Collections of Quotations
Searchable resources include Bloomsbury
Biographical Dictionary of Quotations, Bloomsbury Thematic Dictionary
of Quotations, and Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.
Searchable database of over 13,500 quotations.
Indexed and Fully Searchable.
Search by author or category.
Searchable database, with "quote of the day", "quote of the week",
"Passages, Phrases and Proverbs traded to their Sources".
"Quotations on every topic, by every author, in every fashion possible".
A collection of quotations, not searchable, but divided into intuitive
Thought for Today Quotation Archive
"a comprehensive, searchable database of general purpose quotations".
A Journey into
An "eclectic collection of mostly uncommon quotations".
Dictionary of Scientific Quotations
An amusing collection, including such treasures as "I think there's
a world market for about five computers." (Thomas Watson, Founder of IBM);
"Space travel is utter bilge." (Richard Woolley, U.K. Astronomer Royal,
in 1956); and "No, I'm not interested in developing a powerful brain.
All I'm after is just a mediocre brain, something like the President
of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company." (Alan Turing, inventer
of the computer, to the staff of the company funding his research).
in Quotations Online
Mainly serious, but some more humorous quotations, like: "Homeopathy,
n. A school of medicine midway between Allopathy and Christian Science.
To the last both the others are distinctly inferior, for Christian Science
will cure imaginary diseases, and they can not." (Ambrose Bierce, 1906).
from Popular Culture
An FTP (File Transfer Protocol) collection of quotations from contemporary
politicians, television, cinema, and other popular sources.
Searchable database of well-known quotations from cinema and television.
Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, Winston Churchill,
William Faulkner, Maya Angelou, Herman Melville, T.S. Eliot, George Sand,
Arthur Miller, Alice Walker, W. Somerset Maugham, H.L. Mencken, Abraham
Lincoln, Aristotle, James Baldwin, Albert Camus, Harriet Beecher Stowe,
Henry James, D.H. Lawrence, Thomas Hardy, Edgar Allan Poe.
Familiar Shakespearan Quotations
Sorted by Plays.
Be offensive with style.
Dose of Dickens
Searchable database of over 400 Dickensian quotations.
Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
from the creator of Sherlock Holmes, searchable
by Topic, Title or Word
of Mark Twain's maxims, quotations, and various opinions
Extensive alphabetical listing.
Albert Einstein Quotations
Links to a number of smaller collections of Einstein quotations.
Jefferson on Politics and Government
Over 2700 quotations from the writings of Thomas Jefferson.
of our American Founding Fathers
Includes Adams, Franklin, Madison, Jefferson and Washington.
A small but selective collection.
Quotes and Stories of Winston Churchill
With links to the full text of each speech; also Churchillian apocrypha.
Quotations by Gough Whitlam
"Men and Women of Australia ...Well may we say ...".
Masterpieces of invective from the former Australian Prime Minister.
of Frank Lloyd Wright
The great architect once remarked that "Early in life I had to choose
between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose the former
and have seen no reason to change". The truth of this observation is demonstrated
by many of his reported remarks, which are accessible here.
Quotes from A.A. Milne's loveable character, Winnie-the-Pooh, and friends.
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