Sprawling Quotes


I write novellas because I don't like loose sprawling prose.

Nature does not proceed in a straight line it is rather a sprawling development.

You know London is so sprawling and you can sometimes forget that anybody else is on a stage anywhere else.

I didn't realize Boston was so easy to get around. In my head I imagined Boston being this really sprawling city.

It is better not to sit on the grass after thirty when sprawling at all is difficult let alone sprawling gracefully.

I'm an American and always will be. I happen to love that big awkward sprawling country very much - and its big awkward sprawling people.

I have seen and really liked the varied movie adaptations of the book but 'Little Women' has a sprawling richly tangled story that needs time and space to weave its magic.

You seek identity in the midst of indistinguishab le chaos in sprawling nameless reality.

the Real-World was a sprawling mess of a book in need of a good editor.

We can't make a giant sprawling movie. We're going to make a small movie. And what we got is what I could get performance-wise.

God did not become flesh and suffer an ignominious death at our hands so that we could have sprawling church campuses programs and budgets.

Gratitude is the proper response for the absolute astonishment of getting to be alive and aware and an essential part of this crazy sprawling story.

London with its monotonous and melancholy houses seems like an inharmonious patchwork as if pieced together without design. Yet it is lovable in its sprawling confusion.

Atlanta's a good example of a city that's quite sprawling where there's a sharp division between where blacks and whites live between where low-income and high-income families live.

Our thinking tends to be hazy hasty narrow or sprawling-causal terms for impulsive. Just like anything else thinking skills require upkeep. If they aren't nourished they'll fade away.

Well Ramadi is a provincial capital of Anbar province. It's a sprawling city west of Baghdad. It's a poor city endless cinderblock houses and high-rises almost as far as the eye can see.

A man must have something to cling to. Without that he is as a pea vine sprawling in search of a trellis.... I was all asprawl clinging to Beauty which is a very restless trellis.