Dialogue Quotes

[wpsm_quote author=”Abdelaziz Bouteflika” float=”none” width=”100%”]A dialogue among civilizations can be seen as a dialogue between the individual and the universal.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Alfred Hitchcock” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue should simply be a sound among other sounds, just something that comes out of the mouths of people whose eyes tell the story in visual terms.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Ayn Rand” float=”none” width=”100%”]The best, most natural dialogue is usually written as if the writer is listening to dictation. You might get stuck on any particular point and have to question yourself; but normally, dialogue writes itself.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Brian Tracy” float=”none” width=”100%”]Control your inner dialogue. Talk to yourself positively all the time.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Carl Jung” float=”none” width=”100%”]The capacity for inner dialogue is a touchstone for outer objectivity.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Clive Owen” float=”none” width=”100%”]Good dialogue is very important.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Elizabeth Bowen” float=”none” width=”100%”]All good dialogue perhaps deals with something unprecedented.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Elizabeth Bowen” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue in fiction is what characters do to one another.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Elizabeth Bowen” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue should convey a sense of spontaneity but eliminate the repetitiveness of real talk.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Elizabeth Bowen” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue should show the relationships among people.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Elmore Leonard” float=”none” width=”100%”]All the information you need can be given in dialogue.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Ernest Hemingway” float=”none” width=”100%”]Good dialogue is not real speech-it’s the illusion of real speech.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”George V” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue is character and character is plot.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Guillermo Cabrera Infante” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue in fiction is always written to be read in silence. The page is the limit. Dialogue on stage and on the screen is meant to be spoken. The voice is the limit.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Josip Novakovich” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue is easy. It’s what you’ve been doing almost every day, most of your life.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Kevin Hart” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue means debates and everyone’s point of view.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Mark Udall” float=”none” width=”100%”]Genuine dialogue, not rhetorical bomb-throwing, leads to progress.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Max Casella” float=”none” width=”100%”]Reading great dialogue as an actor is such a rare privilege.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Michael Graves” float=”none” width=”100%”]The dialogue of architecture has been centered too long around the idea of truth.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Michael Hersch” float=”none” width=”100%”]A healthy dialogue is always good.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Paulo Freire” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue cannot exist without humility.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Paulo Freire” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue cannot exist, however, in the absence of a profound love for the world and its people.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Peter Senge” float=”none” width=”100%”]In dialogue, individuals gain insights that simply could not be achieved individually.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Pope Benedict XVI” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue is the fundamental unfolding of a gift of oneself to another.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Pope Benedict XVI” float=”none” width=”100%”]God’s dialogue with us becomes truly human, since God conducts his part as man.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Robert Towne” float=”none” width=”100%”]Good dialogue illuminates what people are not saying.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Scilla Elworthy” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue is a non-confrontational communication, where both partners are willing to learn from the other and therefore leads much farther into finding new grounds together[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Seth Godin” float=”none” width=”100%”]A dialogue leads to connection, which leads to trust which leads to engagement.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Sol Stein” float=”none” width=”100%”]A reader’s emotions can be sparked with few words. That’s the power of dialogue.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Sol Stein” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue is a lean language in which every word counts.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Sol Stein” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue, contrary to popular view, is not a recording of actual speech; it is a semblance of speech, an invented language of exchanges that build in tempo or content toward climaxes.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Stephen King” float=”none” width=”100%”]It’s dialogue that gives your cast their voices, and is crucial in defining their characters.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Stephen King” float=”none” width=”100%”]Writing good dialogue is art as well as craft.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Thich Nhat Hanh” float=”none” width=”100%”]In true dialogue, both sides are willing to change.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Tim O’Reilly” float=”none” width=”100%”]A book is always a dialogue with other readers and other books.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Tom Rickman” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue works the least well when it’s telling you what’s going on.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”William Monahan” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue is used to reveal not what we want to say, but what we are trying to hide.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Zalman Schachter-Shalomi” float=”none” width=”100%”]Dialogue does not happen when we are adversaries.[/wpsm_quote]