Sarah Blake’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Sarah Blake Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Sarah Blake’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Sarah Blake quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Sarah Blake’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“We can’t change what is coming. Something is always coming.”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

 “It gets you thinking about all the parts in a story we never see” –he cleared his throat– “the parts around the edges. You bring someone like that boy so alive before us and there he is set loose in our world so that we can’t stop thinking of him. But then the report is over, the boy disappears. He was just a boy in a story and we never know the ending, we never get to close the book. It makes you wonder what happens to the people in them after the story stops–all the stories you’ve reported for instance. Where are they all now?”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

“Some stories don’t get told. Some stories you hold on to. To stand and watch and hold it in your arms was not cowardice. To look straight at the beast and feel its breath on your flanks and not to turn–one could carry the world that way.

They sat together, the four of them, a little longer, before Harry rose slowly to his feet. It was Thursday. It was the end of the afternoon. It was time to pick up and carry on to the other side of the day.”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

“It is the story that lies around the edges of the photographs, or at the end of newspaper account. It’s about the lies we tell others to protect them, and about the lies we tell ourselves in order not to acknowledge what we can’t bear: that we are alive, for instance, and eating lunch, while bombs are falling, and refugees are crammed into camps, and the news comes toward us every hour of the day. And what, in the end, do we do?”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

 “She imagined she could pull Time like taffy, stretching it longer and longer between her hands until the finest point had been reached, the point just before breaking, and she could live there. A point at the center of time with no going forward, no going back. Clasped in this way, without speaking, walking into no discernible ending, she could almost believe they tread on time.”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

 “Most people he knew, his wife included, wouldn’t make it through an hour on the promise of four sentences. But Frankie Bard was like a camel. She could hold her words for days–as long as she could watch the goings-on.”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

“every story – love or war – is a story about looking left when we should have been looking right.”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

 “A woman will be loved…in proportion as she makes those around her happy…”
― Sarah Blake, Grange House

“Sand was dribbling out of the bag of her attention, faster and faster.”
― Sarah Blake

“It began, as it often does, with a woman putting her ducks in a row.”
― Sarah Blake, The Postmistress

10 Famous Quotes by Author Sarah Blake

10 quotes by Sarah Blake there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Sarah Blake quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Sarah Blake Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Sarah Blake Quote 

“Long ago, I believed that, given a choice, peple would turn to good as they would turn to light. I believed that reporting-honest, unflinching pictutes of the truth-could be a becon to lead us to deamand that worongs be righted, injustices puniches, and the weak and inncoent cared for. I must have believed, when I started out, that the shoulder of public opinion could be put up against the door of public indifference and would, when given the proper direction, shove it wide with the power of wanting to stand on the side of angel. (Frances Bard)”― Sarah Blake , The Postmistress

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