Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Judith Rossner
(1935-____) born on
Mar 31
US novelist. "She is best known for her novel "Looking for Mr Goodbar," 1975."

"Identity is a bag and a gag. Yet it exists for me with all the force of a fatal disease. Obviously I am here, a mind and a body. To say there's no proof my body exists would be arty and specious and if my mind is more ephemeral, less provable . . ."

""He always said she was smart, but their conversations were a mined field in which at any moment she might make the wrong verbal move and find her ignorance exploding in her face.""
A lie was something that hadn't happened but might just as well have.
So often I heard people paying blind obeisance to change as though it had some virtue of its own. Change or we will die. Change or we will stagnate. Evergreens don't stagnate.
"It is easier to betray than to remain loyal. It takes far less courage to kill yourself than it takes to make yourself wake up one more time. It's harder to stay where you are than to get out. (For everyone but you, that is.)"


Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "Nine Months in the Life of an Old Maid, pt. 2 (1969)."
R: ""Lookingfor Mr. Goodbar," 1975."
A: ""Lookingfor Mr. Goodbar," 1975."
N: ""Nine Months in the Life of an Old Maid," Pt. II, 1969."
K: ""Nine Months in the Life of an Old Maid," Pt. II, 1969."

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