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To be changed by ideas was pure pleasure. But to learn ideas that ran counter to values and beliefs learned at home was to place oneself at risk, to enter the danger zone. Home was the place where I was forced to conform to someone else’s image of who and what I should be. School was the place where I could forget that self and, through ideas, reinvent myself. Bell Hooks
I had ambitions to er set out and find like an odyssey, going home somewhere and set up to find this home that I’d left awhile back … Bob Dylan, No Direction Home I, Sky Arts 2005
There’s only one place to go to – home. Game of Thrones s6e4: Book of a Stranger, sister to brother, HBO 2016
Everything you did brought you where you are now. Where you belong. Home. Game of Thrones s8e3: The Long Night ***** Bran Stark to Theon Greyjoy
Emma, I’ve come home. Boardwalk Empire s4e1: New York Sour, Richard, HBO 2013
I am a homemaker. The Sopranos: Amour Fou s3e12 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, wife to mistress
A home? Ha ha. Who needs a home, these days, Rab? We’re all rudderless ships in a black night tossed by the icy storms. Rab C Nesbitt s8e2: Heat, BBC 1999
I’m not going to be home tonight. I’m not going to be home tomorrow either. Once Upon a Time in America 1984 ***** starring Robert De Niro & James Woods & Joe Pesci & Elizabeth McGovern & Burt Young & Tuesday Weld & Treat Williams et al, director Sergio Leone, Noodles
I didn’t run away from home; home ran away from me. Wild Bill 2011 starring Will Poulter & Iwan Rheon & Jason Flemyng & Liz White & Charlie Creed-Miles & Sammy Williams & Morgan Watkins & Leo Gregory et al, director Dexter Fletcher, son
It ain’t the money, Bruce. I just want to go home. Buster 1988 starring Phil Collins & Julie Walters & Sheila Hancock & Larry Lamb & Stephanie Lawrence & Ellie Beaven & Ralph Brown & Christopher Ellison & Martin Jarvis & Anthony Quayle et al, director David Green, Buster
What would home look like? I don’t know. Deadfall 2012 starring Eric Bana & Olivia Wilde & Jason Cavalier & Charlie Hunnam & Kris Kristoferson & Alain Goulem & Alison Graham & Sissy Spacek & Kate Mara, director Stefan Ruzowitzsky, opening line
I’ll be home at the usual time. Star Trek: Voyager s3e22: Real Life, Doctor to holographic family
This is my home; I have a responsibility to help them rebuild it. Star Trek: Voyager s6e19: Child’s Play, Icheb to Seven of Nine
Set a course. We’re home. Star Trek: Voyager s7e26: Endgame part II ***** Captain Janeway on bridge
An Englishman’s home is his castle. Late 16th century
Home is where the heart is. Late 19th century proverb
There’s no place like home. Late 16th century proverb
Home: somewhere they can find the necessities of life. It can be a refuge from enemies, and a shelter from the elements. David Attenborough, Life Story III: Home, BBC 2014
There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort. Jane Austen
The folly of people’s not staying comfortably at home when they can. Jane Austen, Emma, 1816
The more one does and sees and feels, the more one is able to do, and the more genuine may be one’s appreciation of fundamental things like home, and love, and understanding companionship. Amelia Earhart
Who can speak broader than he that has no house to put his head in? William Shakespeare, Timon of Athens III iv 64-65
Home, James, and don’t spare the horses. Fred Hillebrand, 1893-1963, title of song
Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam,
Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home. J H Payne, Home Sweet Home, opera 1823
I don’t believe the answer is in the White House. I believe it’s in our homes. Pastor Johnny Hunt, interview The American Future: A History by Simon Scharma, BBC 2008
Home is where you come to when you have nothing better to do. Margaret Thatcher, Vanity Fair May 1991
It is a most miserable thing to feel ashamed of home. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
When I speak of home, I speak of the place where in default of a better – those I love are gathered together; and if that place where a gypsy’s tent, or a barn, I should call it by the same good name notwithstanding. Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby
What’s the good of a home if you are never in it? George and Weedon Grossmith, The Diary of a Nobody, 1894
Home is the most important thing ... Cultural activity is no good if there is no home to go to. Kenneth Williams, The Parkinson Show
Charity and beating begins at home. John Fletcher, 1579-1625, Wit Without Money
The stately homes of England,
How beautiful they stand!
Amidst their tall ancestral trees,
O’er all the pleasant land. Felicia Hemans, The Homes of England, 1849
Won’t you come home, Bill Bailey, won’t you come home? Hughie Cannon, 1877-1912, song
It was the Victorians who cherished the idea of home as a domestic haven. They coined the phrase Safe as Houses. And in this age of invention, homes were bursting at the seams with new gadgets, products and conveniences. Dr Suzannah Lipscomb, Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home, BBC 2017
Many of the exciting products and appealing innovations they welcomed into their homes were not just health hazards, they were killers. ibid.
Welcome to the perilous world of the real Victorian home. ibid.
There was something of a wallpaper craze. ibid.
The magic ingredient that was giving the wallpaper a rich green hue was arsenic. ibid.
One of Britain’s most celebrated wallpaper designers was William Morris: a leading light of the Arts & Crafts period. ibid.
The corset predates the bra ... corsetry became increasingly extreme. ibid.
154,000 infants under the age of one died annually between 1880 and 1890. ibid.
Mummy's little helper ... Could this be a hidden killer ... a Victorian baby’s bottle. ibid.
In the 1950s the government was under pressure to build new homes, and started an ambitious building programme. Suzannah Lipscomb, Hidden Killers of the Postwar Home