Changelings Quotes by Charlotte Bronte, Nalini Singh, Craig Shaw Gardner, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Alfred Lord Tennyson, J. Michael Straczynski and many others.
You mocking changeling- fairy-born and human-bred!
Blood for life. Life for life. Changeling justice.
Carver’s best book yet! FROM A CHANGELING STAR combines deft characterization and fascinating extrapolation into a complex, compulsively readable thriller. I wish all science fiction novels could be this good.
the temperaments of children are often as oddly unsuited to parents as if capricious fairies had been filling cradles with changelings.
Can calm despair and wild unrest Be tenants of a single breast, Or sorrow such a changeling be?
A changeling is one child substituted for another. I couldn’t find anything more apt. We had to kind of fight that supernatural element in the publicity, and I offered to try and find another title, but Clint liked it, and it stayed.
I believe that creature is a changeling: she is a perfect cabinet of oddities.
We are rag dolls made out of many ages and skins, changelings who have slept in wood nests, and hissed in the uncouth guise of waddling amphibians. We have played such roles for infinitely longer ages than we have been human. Our identity is a dream. We are process, not reality.
I am much perturbed by this business of sickness. Our bodies seem so easily to leap into the saddle where our minds should be. People who are ill become changelings.
This cruel age has deflected me, like a river from this course. Strayed from its familiar shores, my changeling life has flowed into a sister channel. How many spectacles I’ve missed: the curtain rising without me, and falling too. How many friends I never had the chance to meet.
There’s more than one way between your world and ours. There’s the changeling road, and there’s the Ravishing, and there’s those that Stumble through a gap in the hedgerows or a mushroom ring or a tornado or a wardrobe full of winter coats.
The ghost story movie that scared me the most was The Changeling with George C. Scott. I think that’s sometimes overlooked, but it’s a wonderful piece of work.