Quotations and Q Guide - Resources and Review

Detailed reviews of a personal selection of the 200 greatest films, with sections on greatest film quotations and scenes, and a collection of film posters. Almost all are American films.
Index of quotes made in relation to a range of commercial fields, complete with reference information including who used them and when. Also provides details of undergraduate, graduate, and creative advertising courses available at the University of Texas at Austin.
Provides a selection of topical quotations from those in the news during the current month. Quotes cover current affairs, sport, television and films, and royalty. Also features a monthly archive dating back to January 2000.
A collection of quotations, including categories such as altruism and cynicism, law and politics, war and peace, men and women, and authors such as Samuel Johnson, Woody Allen, Ambrose Bierce, A A Milne, and Evelyn Waugh.
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index for locating definitions, quotations, thesauri entries, or anagrams of English phrases or computing terms by searching across a range of sources on the Internet.
Offers a selection of chiastic quotes, which display 'a reversal in the order of words in two otherwise parallel phrases'. The saying 'quitters never win and winners never quit' is an example of this literary technique.
A collection of quotations. Includes topics such as justice, laughter, philosophy, politics, ambition, humour, computers, and equality.
Selection of quotations browsable by topic, author, or user. Albert Einstein, Hellen Keller, Mark Twain, Mother Theresa, and Oscar Wilde are among individuals quoted, and a facility to submit quotations is included.
Short dictionary of quotations from the NaturalSCIENCE online journal, listed alphabetically by author.
Quotations from significant individuals such as Nobel and Pulitzer prize winners, novelists, Irish writers, US Presidents, humourists, journalists, and philosophers.
Offers quotes from a variety of science fiction sources, including literature, cinema, and television. Quotes are arranged by author, and alphabetically where author is inappropriate.
Contains over 10,000 notable quotations from 4,000 sources between the years 1950 to 1988 and contains words of wit and wisdom from such modern notables as Ezra Pound, Henry Kissinger, George Orwell, Dorothy Parker, John Lennon and Desmond Tutu. Whilst being searchable by author name or subject, the resource is also organised into 25 categories and 60 sections, including law, business, education, medicine, architecture, love, religion, fashion, and literature to facilitate browsing.
Speeches by Fidel Castro from 1959, translated into English, and arranged by year, and then by date of delivery.
Set of quotations archives. Allows searching by text, author, or subject. Also includes links to other quotation resources on the Internet, organised by topic.
Collection of quotations arranged alphabetically by topic. Sources include literature, discussion groups, and reference material such as historical documents and speeches. Humorous quotes taken from television, films, advertisements, and song lyrics, and those resulting from foreign mistranslations are included, and a keyword search facility is available for identifying who said what.
Database of quotations which can be searched by keyword, subject, or author. Entries can also be browsed by categories including insults, criticism, marriage, literature, war, and drinking, and random quotes can be generated by selecting the lucky dip feature. Quotes may also be submitted for inclusion.
The full text of a book of quotations published in 1919 which traces passages, phrases, and proverbs to their sources. Includes William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer, Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Bacon, Jonathan Swift, and Charles Dickens.
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