- Griffin, Georgia, city in the United States
- Griffin, Indiana, town in the United States
- Griffin, Queensland, suburb of Brisbane, Australia
- Griffin, Virginia, former name of Sharps, Virginia
- Griffin No. 66, Saskatchewan, a rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada
- Griffin, Saskatchewan a hamlet in Saskatchewan, Canada
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Famous quotes containing the word places:
“There are few places outside his own play where a child can contribute to the world in which he finds himself. His world: dominated by adults who tell him what to do and when to do itbenevolent tyrants who dispense gifts to their good subjects and punishment to their bad ones, who are amused at the cleverness of children and annoyed by their stupidities.”
—Viola Spolin (b. 1911)
“[University students] hated the hypocrisy of adult society, the rigidity of its political institutions, the impersonality of its bureaucracies. They sought to create a society that places human values before materialistic ones, that has a little less head and a little more heart, that is dominated by self-interest and loves its neighbor more. And they were persuaded that group protest of a militant nature would advance those goals.”
—Muriel Beadle (b. 1915)
“All men are lonely. But sometimes it seems to me that we Americans are the loneliest of all. Our hunger for foreign places and new ways has been with us almost like a national disease. Our literature is stamped with a quality of longing and unrest, and our writers have been great wanderers.”
—Carson McCullers (19171967)