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The kind of power mothers have is enormous. Take the skyline of Istanbul — enormous breasts, pathetic little willies, a final revenge on Islam. I was so scared I had to crouch in the bottom of the boat when I saw it. —Angela Carter We do not go to bed in single pairs; even if we choose not to refer to them, we still drag there with us the cultural impedimenta of our social class, our parents lives, our bank balances, our sexual and emotional expectations, our whole biographies — all the bits and pieces of our unique existences. —Angela Carter Midnight, and the clock strikes. It is Christmas Day, the werewolves birthday, the door of the solstice still wide enough open to let them all slink through. —Angela Carter Fine art, that exists for itself alone, is art in a final state of impotence. If nobody, including the artist, acknowledges art as a means of knowing the world, then art is relegated to a kind of rumpus room of the mind and the irresponsibility of the artist and the irrelevance of art to actual living becomes part and parcel of the practice of art. —Angela Carter I think the adjective post-modernist really means mannerist. Books about books is fun but frivolous. —Angela Carter

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It is far easier for a woman to lead a blameless life than it is for a man; all she has to do is to avoid sexual intercourse like the plague. —Angela Carter The bed is now as public as the dinner table and governed by the same rules of formal confrontation. —Angela Carter Just because we’re sisters under the skin doesn’t mean we’ve got much in common. —Angela Carter There are lots of things that you can brush under the carpet about yourself until you’re faced with somebody whose needs won’t be put off. —Angela Carter There’s a theory, one I find persuasive, that the quest for knowledge is, at bottom, the search for the answer to the question: Where was I before I was born. In the beginning was what? Perhaps, in the beginning, there was a curious room, a room like this one, crammed with wonders; and now the room and all it contains are forbidden you, although it was made just for you, had been prepared for you since time began, and you will spend all your life trying to remember it. —Angela Carter