Terry pratchett quotes about death
Reaper Man Quotes by Terry Pratchett
What Terry Pratchett said about death
It made you unsuitable for a lot of jobs and then you had the urge to pass it on. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons. Terry Pratchett, the bestselling author and creator of the Discworld series who died in March last year, was a famous wit and wordsmith. His inimitable turn of phrase has just been celebrated in Seriously Funny, the Endlessly Quotable Terry Pratchett, which is prefaced by an address he gave in Trinity College Dublin in , which encapsulates his passion for language. Their care, feeding and indeed breeding is part of the craft of which I am a journeyman. Both poor memory and because he must have kept them to put in his books. Over the last decade, I think we talked about facts, research for the book he was working on, that sort of thing.
Reading his Discworld novels is reading a master at work, and it seems like he gets more relevant the more time passes. Here are 10 of his most relevant passages to keep in mind throughout the next four years. Pratchett deconstructed this argument several times. Who cared about the innocent and their problems when the Watch was on its way? People always trot this out when people protest expanding police powers, especially in the realm of surveillance. Put this in giant letters on a poster and slap it up on your wall.
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Only one creature could have duplicated the expressions on their faces, and that would be a pigeon who has heard not only that Lord Nelson has got down off his column but has also been seen buying a bore repeater and a box of cartridges.
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