Dread attends the unknown.

—Nadine Gordimer, 1998

An ugly sight, a man who’s afraid. 

—Jean Anouilh, 1944

The man in constant fear is every day condemned.

—Publilius Syrus, c. 50 BC

I am a living symbol of the white man’s fear.

—Winnie Mandela, 1985

People living deeply have no fear of death.

—Anaïs Nin, 1935