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  • Kristi Holm

    EVEN THE DARKEST NIGHT WILL END AND THE SUN WILL RISE. ::::::::: This quote is from the French Novel Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

  • Izzy Adams Stark

    Les Misérables. - #quote #victorhugo

  • Rachel Griffin

    Today’s inspirations: “Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.” Victor Hugo, Les Miserables

  • Ruth Thrush

    Victor Hugo- Les Miserables Remember this!

  • Sondra Davenport

    Les Miserables - this is one of my favorite quotes. It's also a bible verse and I have been considering it as a tattoo for a long time

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  • Elizabeth Butcher-Felty

    I know I get trapped in my character when I write my novels. I get all of my adventures being within her.

  • Black Dragon

    no nine words were ever spoken so truthfully.

  • Madison

    As someone who wishes to be a writer later in life, the quote truly inspires me

  • Black Dragon

    If you are a writer, you have to have a world inside you. This is why I only really do fiction. I have to have everything how I want it when I want it, and in my story's, I am what I want to be, and no one can ever tear me down!

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♥ I wish it was culturally acceptable to say 'Mousier' and 'Mademoiselle' to people. I mean, I could but I'd get some weird looks.....