Guess a Quote [4.28.15]

Old Yeller [Guess A Quote]Hey everyone! Back for another Guess a Quote. You may have noticed that posts have been slightly more erratic than usual around here. I’m trying to stay as regular as possible but I’m in the process of starting a new job, so some days I just have to let the blog slide. Please be patient with this. Also, if any of you have a suggestion for a Guess a Quote or would like to guest post a book review, I’d love to hear from you! 😀

Amber, Lina, CJ, R.G. Nairam, Morgan Huneke, writefury, Jennifer Sauer, conniepsaunders, starshining4ever, Addyson, and Amanda all guessed the last quote correctly. It came from Old Yeller by Fred Gipson. My primary memory of that story is the TV version of the movie, complete with commercials, that my grandparents taped for us on VHS.

This week’s quote is about as old of a classic as you can get.

Hand to hand is how it will be, a life and death fight against the fiend, and he whom death bears off shall submit to the judgement of the Lord.

Happy Guessing!

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5 Comments

  1. Spencer R.

     /  April 28, 2015

    I’m going to guess Pilgrims Progress because of what the quote says but I honestly don’t remember reading that so we’ll see… Glad to have this started again!

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  2. Mark

     /  April 28, 2015

    Beowulf!

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  3. Really not sure, but I’ll say Beowulf because it sorta sounds like it… And you gave a hint right above it. 😉

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  4. I was thinking “Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan, but I happened to see a couple other people guessed “Beowulf” and I’m pretty sure that that’s actually right.

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  5. No clue. 😛

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