Kiran Desai Quotes

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Kiran Desai Quotes
Kiran Desai Quotes
Kiran Desai is an Indian author, known for her works like The Inheritance of Loss, Hullabloo in the Guava Orchard, WinQSB. She has won 2006 Man Booker Prize for The Inheritance of Loss, a novel about torned human images in migration, and living in two worlds. Here I have compiled some of the best Kiran Desai quotes for you to taste.

A journey once begun, has no end.
Kiran Desai

All day, the colors had been those of dusk, mist moving like a water creature across the great flanks of mountains possessed of ocean shadows and depths.
Kiran Desai

Could fulfillment ever be felt as deeply as loss? Romantically she decided that love must surely reside in the gap between desire and fulfillment, in the lack, not the contentment. Love was the ache, the anticipation, the retreat, everything around it but the emotion itself.
Kiran Desai

Don't be scared, puppy dog, little frog, little duck, duckie dog. It's just rain.
Kiran Desai

He tried to keep on the right side of power, tried to be loyal to so many things that he himself couldn't tell which one of his selves was the authentic, if any.
Kiran Desai

No fruit dies so vile and offensive a death as the banana...
Kiran Desai

Sadness was so claustrophobic.
Kiran Desai

The present changes the past. Looking back you do not find what you left behind.
Kiran Desai

Why couldn't she be part of that family? rent a room in someone else's life.
Kiran Desai

You can catch more flies with honey than with sour milk
Kiran Desai
 
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