Inspiring Quotes About Friendship from Books: Oscar Wilde, Sarah Dessen and More
If you haven't told your BFF how much you appreciate them recently, considering lifting a line from literature. YourTango rounded up these beloved quotes from classic and contemporary books whose authors describe friendship with wit, heart and clarity.
"One friend with whom you have a lot in common is better than three with whom you struggle to find things to talk about."―Mindy Kaling, "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?"
"Anybody can sympathize with the sufferings of a friend, but it requires a very fine nature to sympathize with a friend's success."―Oscar Wilde, "The Soul of Man Under Socialism"
"When the snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies but the pack survives."―George R.R. Martin, "A Game of Thrones"
"Friends are honest with each other. Even if the truth hurts."―Sarah Dessen, "Along for the Ride"
"No friendship is an accident."―O. Henry, "Heart of the West"
"There is nothing like puking with somebody to make you into old friends." ―Sylvia Plath, "The Bell Jar"
"A friend may be waiting behind a stranger's face."―Maya Angelou, "Letter to My Daughter"
"'You have some queer friends, Dorothy,' she said. 'The queerness doesn't matter, so long as they're friends,' was the answer."―L. Frank Baum, "The Road to Oz"