Quotes by William Faulkner

Perhaps they were right putting love into books. Perhaps it could not live anywhere else.
– William Faulkner

Facts and truth really don’t have much to do with each other.
– William Faulkner

Poets are almost always wrong about facts. That’s because they are not really interested in facts: only in truth.
– William Faulkner

We have all heard what we wanted to hear! Truth that sounds right to our ears!
– William Faulkner

Love in the young requires as little of hope as of desire to feed upon.
– William Faulkner

The tools I need for my work are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whiskey.
-William Faulkner

The salvation of the world is in man’s suffering.
-William Faulkner

Everyone in the South has no time for reading because they are all too busy writing.
– William Faulkner

Perhaps love cannot live anywhere but books.
– William Faulkner

The end of wisdom is to dream high enough to lose the dream in the seeking of it.
– William Faulkner

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