Susan Ertz Quotes

Who is Susan Ertz?

Susan Ertz was an Anglo-American writer born in England to American parents.

Ertz is known for the books 'Madame Claire', 'Anger in the Sky', 'The Proselyte' and 'Charmed Circle'.

One of her later works, 'In the Cool of the Day', was made into a movie starring Jane Fonda and Peter Finch.

Born February 13, 1887
Died April 11, 1985

Books by Susan Ertz


Best 11 Quotes by Susan Ertz

“All dogs seem to be great linguists, according to their owners. They always understand every word that's said to them.”

Susan Ertz

“Crises have a way of thrusting into the limelight hitherto obscure persons, and giving them, for a long or short period, a leading role.”

Susan Ertz

“He talked with more claret than clarity.”

Susan Ertz

“One's own troubles can be borne with fortitude; only a monster of indifference can bear the sufferings of others with fortitude.”

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“Parsons always seem to be specially horrified about things like sunbathing and naked bodies. They don't mind poverty and misery and cruelty to animals nearly as much.”

Susan Ertz

“The novelists of the nineteenth century had all the luck. They had a huge and easily pleased public and the world they surveyed had every appearance of permanence.”

Susan Ertz

“You're everything I've ever wanted, my darling, and you're a hundred things I must have wanted without even knowing it.”

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"Anger in the Sky" Quotes

“Boredom comes simply from ignorance and lack of imagination.”

Susan Ertz
Anger in the Sky

“Idle to pretend that we have lost paradise. We never had it; it is still to make.”

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Anger in the Sky

“It was never built for the comfort and happiness of its citizens, but to astonish the world.”

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Anger in the Sky

“Millions long for immortality who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.”

Susan Ertz
Anger in the Sky