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78,409.  I stole her heart away.  And put ice in its place.  Great Expectations 2012 starring Jeremy Irvine & Helena Bonham Carter & Ralph Fiennes & Robbie Coltrane & Jason Flemyng & Holliday Grainger & Ewen Bremner & Sally Hawkins & David Walliams & Olly Alexander et al, director Mike Newell, Mrs Haversham

 

 

160.  We may seek God by our intellect, but we only can find him with our heart.  (God & Intellect & Heart)  Cotvos

 

 

75,663.  Who, when my heart, all mad with misery

Beats in the hollow prison of my flesh.  William Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus II ii 9-10, Titus

 

75,681.  Now let hot Etna cool in Sicily

And be my heart an ever-burning hell.  ibid.  III i 240-241, Marcus to Titus

 

 

75,682.  O break, my heart, poor bankrupt, break at once!  William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet III ii 57, Juliet to self, with Nurse

 

75,683.  O serpent heart hid with a flow’ring face.  ibid.  III ii 73, Juliet to Nurse

 

 

842.  Even so void is your false heart of truth.  (Truth & Heart)  William Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice V i 189, Portia to Bassiano

 

 

75,684.  You lack a man’s heart.  William Shakespeare, As You Like It IV iii 165-166, Oliver to Celia

 

 

120,456.  ’Tis bitter cold

And I am sick at heart.  (Cold & Heart)  William Shakespeare, Hamlet I i 6-7, Francisco to Barnado

 

75,685.  O Hamlet, thou hast cleft my heart in twain.  ibid.  III iv 157, Queen to Hamlet

 

75,686.  It warms the very sickness in my heart.  ibid.  IV vii 54, Laertes to King

 

 

75,687.  But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve

For daws to peck at.  I am not what I am.  William Shakespeare, Othello I i 64-65, Iago

 

75,688.  Your heart is burst, you have lost half your soul.  ibid.  I i 87

 

 

75,689.  Madam, my old heart is cracked, is cracked.  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear II i 90, Gloucester

 

75,690.  O, that my heart would burst.  ibid.  V iii 179, Edgar

 

75,691.  ... but his flawed heart –

Alack, too weak the conflict to support –

’Twixt two extremes of passion, joy and grief,

Burst smilingly.  ibid.  V iii 193-196, Edgar

 

75,692.  His grief grew puissant and the strings of life

Begin to crack.  ibid.  V iii 21-214, Edgar  

 

 

75,662.  False heart must hide what the false heart doth know.  William Shakespeare, Macbeth I vii  

 

 

70,883.  For by our ears our hearts oft tainted be.  (Ear & Heart)  William Shakespeare, The Rape of Lucrece l38

 

 

75,536.  A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.  (Head & Heart)  Nelson Mandela

 

 

2,277.  The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing.  (Reason & Heart & Love)  Blaise Pascal

 

 

9,407.  The heart dies a slow death, shedding each hope like leaves until one day there are none.  No hopes.  Nothing remains.  (Death & Heart & Nothing)  Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha

 

 

9,464.  1952: Al Martino: Here in my heart.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Heart)  The Christmas No.1 Story, BBC 2012

 

 

20,034.  I know it was you, Fredo.  You broke my heart.  You broke my heart!  (GBH Films & Heart)  The Godfather II 1974 starring Robert De Niro & Al Pacino & Robert Duvall & Diane Keaton & Talia Shire & Morgana King & John Cazale & Marianna Hill & Lee Strasberg et al, director Francis Ford Coppola, Michael

 

 

21,821.  Look in your heart!  (GBH Films & Heart)  Miller’s Crossing 1990 starring Gabriel Byrne & Albert Finney & Marcia Gay Harden & John Turturro & Jon Polito & J E Freeman & Mike Starr & Al Mancini & Richard Woods & Steve Buscemi et al, directors Joel Coen, Bernie to Tom

 

 

23,369.  Who knows what’s in a man’s heart?  (Western & Heart)  True Grit 1969 starring John Wayne & Glen Campbell & Kim Darby & Robert Duvall & Jeff Corey & Dennis Hopper & Strother Martin & Ron Soble & John Fiedler et al, director Henry Hathaway, Mattie

 

 

24,279.  My heart was injured.  And a replacement was necessary.  (Star Trek: The Next Generations & Heart)  Star Trek: The Next Generation: Samaritan Snare s2e17, Picard to Ensign Crusher

 

 

44,237.  The first hour after taking cocaine the risk of heart attack increases by twenty-fold.  (Cocaine & Heart)  Dr John Marsden, research psychologist  

 

 

44,426.  Laurence, you’re going to get heart-burn.  (Party & Heart)  Play For Today: Abigail’s Party 1977, written and directed Mike Leigh, starring Alison Steadman *****

 

 

47,460.  Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain and little, I am soulless and heartless?  You think wrong! – I have as much soul as you, – and full as much heart!  And if God had gifted me with some beauty and much wealth, I should have made it as hard for you to leave me, as it is now for me to leave you!  (Soul & Heart)  Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

 

 

59,402.  I promised my sister your heart on a dinner plate.  (Pope & Heart)  The Borgias: The Choice s2e5, Cesare to sister’s ex

 

 

65,655.  I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart.  I am, I am, I am.  (Breath & Heart)  Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

 

 

73,570.  How frail the human heart must be – a mirrored pool of thought.  (Frail & Heart)  Sylvia Plath, Letters Home

 

 

73,566.  A healthy heartbeat has a distinctive fractal pattern.  (Fractal & Nature & Mathematics & Heart)  Hunting the Hidden Dimension, Discovery Science 2013                    

 

 

75,587.  Around 282 people will have heart attacks in Britain today.  200 will die.  (Health Service & Heart)  Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day VIII

 

 

71,985.  There is a road from the eye to heart that does not go through the intellect.  (Eye & Desire & Heart)  G K Chesterton

 

 

75,664.  The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.  (Heart & Feeling & Beauty)  Helen Keller

 

 

75,665.  Both in Egypt and in South America and possibly elsewhere as well – heart transplants are actually pictured in hieroglyphic portrayals.  (Heart & Transplant)  Jonathan Gray, interview Coast to Coast Hidden Discoveries

 

 

75,666.  If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.  (Heart & Art & Create)  Marc Chagall

 

 

75,669.  The heart is unlike any other organ of the human body.  It has its own rich language and poetry.  David Malone, Heart v Mind: What Makes Us Human?

 

75,670.  We view ourselves as ruled by our heads and not our hearts.  ibid.

 

75,671.  Open-heart surgery is one of the great triumphs of modern medicine.  ibid.

 

75,672.  Surgeons can’t help but view the heart as a machine.  ibid.

 

75,673.  I love my three sons with all my heart.  ibid.

 

75,674.  That poetic language of the heart ... How much is that language just poetry, and how much of that poetic language is an accurate description of something that is true?  ibid.

 

75,675.  The ancient Egyptians believed that a person would only pass into the afterlife if their heart balanced against the Feather of Truth.  ibid.

 

75,676.  When we tell lies it is the beating of our hearts that can be traced.  ibid.

 

75,677.  Aristotle had established the heart not just as the seat of our emotions, and the tenure of truth, but the force in the body that keeps us alive.  ibid. 

 

75,678.  It’s halfway between engineering and art.  ibid.

 

75,679.  Much about the heart’s neurons is still unknown.  ibid.

 

 

75,680.  I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the heart’s affections and the truth of the imagination.  (Heart & Affection & Certainty & Imagination)  John Keats

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