Best bookquotes ever.
- I feel as if my youth has suddenly been taken away from me, and it seems to me that I have lived in this world for ninety years. - Chekhov -
- In my life there were two major transformations: the first when my father sent me to Oxford, and the second when the community sent me to jail. -Oscar Wilde-
- I want to find justification to survive,
To endure the horrific daily scene of disease, ugliness, injustice and death. - Nikos Kazantzakis -
- How does one impose his authority on another person, Winston?
Winston thought then he said: to make him suffer! -George Orwell-
- Isolation is a small angle where one stands in front of his mind. -Dostoevsky-
- The world is a comedy for those who think, a tragedy for those who feel. -Horace and Paul-
- I feel that I will be blown away by all that life offers me ... from the possibilities of death ... I feel that I am dying of loneliness, of love, of despair, of hatred, of everything that this world gives me. - Emile Cioran -
- The stronger the mind is, the more inclined to isolation. -Aldous Huxley -
- Rarely is a lonely fool. -Beckett-
- The only way to deal with a non-free world is to be absolutely free, so that just being there is a kind of rebellion. -Albert Camus-
- When I die Anna, bury me here or wherever you want, but remember well, do not bury me in the tomb of Volkovoy in the graveyards of the writers, I do not want to lie between my enemies. It is enough for me that I have suffered both of them in my life.
- Dostoevsky's will for his wife -