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Flying is such an ordeal these days that your destination damn well better be paradisiacal in order to justify the great annoyances you’ve got to undergo

The long holiday season is over, the wind whispered, and the deep freeze is on

It is wonderful to travel so far so quickly, but terrible to have to leap over all the hurdles it throws in your way

Time was, Promised Land, facing northwest on the shore of Gardiner’s Bay, was a port of some importance

“What do I really want to do now? Or in the future?”

We did not adopt him; he adopted us

Almost nothing could have pleas­ed me more as the holidays came on than to see several of my grandchildren in performances

More than once I said if we got a pig, I would move out to the shed

There are very few humans who exhibit that charity, that superior strength, which can come out of suffering

According to Manohla Dargis, a film critic for The New York Times, “Shirley Clarke is one of the great undertold stories of American independent cinema.”