I say that the true artist-seer, the heavenly fool who can and does produce...– Seymour: An Introduction by J.D. Salinger
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andweballin asked: @pickedpockets did the catcher in the rye change your life? what about the perks of being a wallflower? if you answered yes, which you probably did, then you’re in the pathetic fuck ass category. try reading franny and zooey if you want to celebrate jd salinger’s death, instead of recognizing his worst book that required no thought process.
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Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple,...– – Charles Mingus (via idealisting) (via booklover)
It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.– Friedrich Nietzche (via artpixie) (via booklover)
I dream. Sometimes I think that’s the only right thing to do.– Haruki Murakami (via kari-shma) (via andbygodtherewillbedancing)
I see that I have made it appear as though my motives in writing were wholly...– George Orwell, Why I Write (via nihilnoetia) (via libraryland) (via ilovereadingandwriting)
The brain appears to possess a special area which we might call poetic memory...– Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being (via demurecure) I need to read this book badly.
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in and out in and out of the revolving door through the hallways personified in cubicles which produce pieces of clarification on living for the next day to walk through the revolving door following the mail lady up the hall, cornering her in the bathroom where nobody can see but the only person that can see is the person seeing and I can’t seem to see because everything seems to be seen and...
A good book should leave you… slightly exhausted at the end. You live several...– ~William Styron, interview, Writers at Work, 1958 (via ilovereadingandwriting)