A.J. Cronin’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite A.J. Cronin Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author A.J. Cronin, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with A.J. Cronin you will find my ten favourites of A.J. Cronin’s quotes.

Popular Quotes

“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, but only saps today of its strength.”
A.J. Cronin

“That is life… to begin again when everything is lost!”
A.J. Cronin

“Life is no straight and easy corridor along which we travel free and unhampered, but a maze of passages, through which we must seek our way, lost and confused, now and again checked in a blind alley.

But always, if we have faith, a door will open for us, not perhaps one that we ourselves would ever have thought of, but one that will ultimately prove good for us”
A.J. Cronin

“Hell is that state where one has ceased to hope.”
A.J. Cronin, The Keys of the Kingdom

“You are very attractive. And your greatest charm is that you do not realise it!”
A.J. Cronin, The Citadel

 “Funny… I still can’t believe in God.”

“Does that matter now?”…”He believes in you.”
A.J. Cronin

“Some temptations cannot be fought. One must close one’s mind and fly from them”
A.J. Cronin,The Keys of the Kingdom

“Even if my country remains in war with yours. . .remember. . . i am not your enemy.”
A.J. Cronin,The Keys of the Kingdom

“Religions are many, reason is one, we are all brothers.”
A.J. Cronin,The Keys of the Kingdom

“Every time I pass him he gives me the excommunication stare.”
A.J. Cronin

10 Famous Quotes by Author A.J. Cronin

So there you have it my ten favourite quotes by A.J. Cronin, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author A.J. Cronin.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for A.J. Cronin. 

One Final Bonus – Longer – A.J. Cronin Quote

“The three-twenty train from Glasgow to Ardfillan, the first half of the journey accomplished successfully, had left Overton behind, and traversing the low, dripping, smoke-filled arches of Kilmaheu Tunnel, emerged into the breezy March afternoon with a short, triumphant whistle, that sent a streamer of steam swirling behind the engine like a pennant, and presently began to coast gently down the slight incline of the track, which marked the approach to Levenford Station.”
A.J. Cronin, Hatter’s Castle

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