— Tim Burton, Alice in Wonderland: Based on the Motion Picture Directed by Tim Burton
— Ben Hecht American screenwriter 1894 - 1964
„More: I am faint when I think of the worst that they may do to me. But worse than that would be to go without you not understanding why I go.
Alice: I don't!
More: Alice, if you can tell me that you understand, I think I can make a good death, if I have to.
Alice: Your death's no "good" to me!
More: Alice, you must tell me that you understand!
Alice: I don't! I don't believe this had to happen.
More: If you say that, Alice, I don't know how I'm to face it.
Alice: It's the truth!
More: You're an honest woman.
Alice: Much good it may do me! I'll tell you what I'm afraid of: that when you're gone, I shall hate you for it.“
— Robert Bolt English playwright 1924 - 1995
— Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire
— Lewis Carroll English writer, logician, Anglican deacon and photographer 1832 - 1898
„I'm not a millionaire but I'm very comfortable doing what I do, and I'm more productive now than I was in my mid-20s. It's all down to functionality eventually. If you're functional it doesn't matter if you're mad.“
— Alan Moore English writer primarily known for his work in comic books 1953
As quoted in "Moore's murderer", in The Guardian (2 February 2002) http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2002/feb/02/sciencefictionfantasyandhorror.books