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Can you name the character who said the quote? These quotes are taken from 'Clockwork Orange','Wuthering Heights', 'SlaughterHouse Five', 'Waiting For Godot', 'Invisible man', 'Brighton Rock', 'Medea', 'Hamlet', 'Heart of Darkness'.

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'I loved Ophelia. Forty thousand brothers / Could not with all their quantity of love / Make up my sum'
'Very hard ethical questions are involved,' he went on. 'You are to be made into a good boy, 6655321. Never again will you have the desire to commit acts of violence...'
'This was already a fresh departure for me. I was not used to get things that way, you know. I always went my own road and on my own legs...'
'My endeavour shall be, in such future as stretches out its snowy and lilywhite arms to me before the nozh overtakes or the blood spatters its final chorus in twisted metal...'
'I began to feel unmistakably out of place in that pleasant family circle.'
'I happened to tell a University of Chicago professor at a cocktail party about the raid as I had seen it, about the book I would write. '
'I had no difficulty in finding the Company's offices. It was the biggest thing in the town, and everybody I met was full of it. They were going to run an over-sea empire...'
'Wherefore whoso is wise in his generation ought never to have his children taught to be too clever; for besides the reputation they get for idleness,'
'Don't get the expression of a vicious cur that appears to know the kicks it gets are its desert, and yet, hates all the world, as well as the kicker, for what it suffers.'
'Billy was preposterous – six feet and three inches tall, with a chest and shoulders like a box of kitchen matches. He had no helmet, no overcoat, no weapon, and no boots.'
The only ones I even pretend to please are big white folks, and even those I control more than they control me. This is a power set-up, son, and I'm at the controls. '
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'He had only, he told himself, to find a girl; there must be hundreds waiting to be picked up on a Whit- sun holiday, to be given a drink and taken to dance at Sherry's...'
'Needs must I now, it seems, turn orator, and, like a good helmsman on a ship with close-reefed sails, weather that wearisome tongue of thine. '
'Brother, This is advice from a friend who has been watching you closely. Do not go too fast. Keep working for the people but remember that you are one of us ...'
'I like you, Fred. I liked you the moment I saw you. You're a good sport, Fred. What's that crowd, there?'
He bade me 'not loose the wineskin's pendent neck.'
' When I think of it . . . all these years . . . but for me . . . where would you be . . . (Decisively.) You'd be nothing more than a little heap of bones at the present minute...'
'I am thy father's spirit, Doom'd for a certain term to walk the night, And for the day confined to fast in fires, Till the foul crimes done in my days of nature Are burnt...'
'He can no longer endure my presence. I am perhaps not particularly human, but who cares?'
'You're sure of that? Because if she was under six- teen you could be married in Canterbury Cathedral by the Archbishop himself, and it wouldn't be legal.'
'Oh pardon! I could have sworn it was a carrot. (He rummages again in his pockets, finds nothing but turnips.)'

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