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I dream of eagles and bring forth sparrows.
He’d always been willing to confess his faults, for, by admitting
When seriously explored, the short story seems to me the most difficult
I like to talk on tv about those things that aren’t worth writing about.
To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it’s about,
I thought of the future, and spoke of the past.
You’re wonderful. Unique. I love you.
Randolph,” he said, “were you ever as young as me?” And Randolph
I don’t care what anybody says about me as long as it isn’t true.
I remember things the way they should have been.
There is really no practical help that one can offer; it is
What I found does the most good is just to get into
Most secrets should never be told, but especially those that are more
I think you can always learn from the past, but I wouldn’t want a different life.
Self-negation is noble, self-culture beneficent, self-possession is manly, but to the truly
It’s a kind of spiritual snobbery that makes people think they can be happy without money.
If time heals all wounds, and a book can hold a person’s
Raindrops are beating, a large puddle is forming, there on the balcony.
It’s a weird film about werewolves,’ and it became a cult hit.
The world has become uglier since it began to look into a mirror every day
He who attempts to control another is a governor, an aggressor, an