My Family and Other Animals Quotes

Gerald Durrell
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"I'm glad you've come, dear," she panted; "This pelican is a little difficult to handle." Pp xiii

"Well of course I knew they were yours, dear; Who else would send pelicans to me?" Pp xiii

"what for you want a bathroom? Have you not got the sea?" Pp 13

"Honest to Gods if I wasn't Greek, I'd likes to be English." Pp 16

"I'm far and away the most reasonable member of the family." Pp 41

"I wouldn't mind being attacked by bumble-bees, if it led anywhere." Pp 41

"You see," he went on in case we had missed the point, "you see, I am not a fearful man." Pp 72

"I could have cheerfully hit him. I thought we were never going to get back." Pp 73

"Nothing short of a bayonet would do her stomach any good," Larry said caustically. Pp 85

"Animals and explosions all day, and then bloody great twelve gun salutes...

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