Elizabeth on her marriages, (when married to Burton): "At first, I guess I didn't know what was love and what was not. I always chose to think I was in love and that love was synonymous with marriage. I couldn't just have a romance; it had to be a marriage. When I was first divorced, I was 18 and I had only been married nine months. I was very naive and really totally crushed. It was the first divorce in my family!"
“I bred her in my bones, and I love her passionately. I love her not for her breasts, her buttocks or her knees but for her mind. It is inscrutable. She is like a poem. She may marry someone else, and so may I, but we will always be drawn back to each other.” -R.B