I feel a sadness I expected and which comes from myself. I say I’ve always been...– Margurite Duras
Warm rain falling from the mountainous clouds. Walking slowly dressed in crimson...– Peter Greenaway, The Pillow Book
My only relief is to sleep. When I’m sleeping, I’m not sad, I’m not angry, I’m...– Jillian Medoff, Hunger Point (misantropie)
Come vorrei poter stare con te, ora, in qualsiasi luogo, non importa dove. Un...– David Grossman, Che tu sia per me il coltello (somnambulatorie)
Cautiously, I allowed myself to feel good at times. I found moments of peace in...– Charles Bukowski, Let it Enfold You (funeral)
E poi non sapevo più cosa guardare, e guardai il cielo.– Italo Calvino
I have fallen from the tree I am not dead I do not know what will become of me — George Oppen (septembrist)
Oana Avasilichioaei, Spelles (“We,...
Le corps est le cœur irréductible de l’être humain, sa partie la plus...– Gina Pane, 1988 (somnambulatorie)
I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the...– Kurt Vonnegut (immaculati)
‘Today’ is an impossible word for me… This Today sends me flying into an anxious haste, so that I can only write about it, or at best report whatever’s going on. Actually, anything written about Today should be destroyed immediately, just like all real letters are crumpled up or torn up, unfinished and unmailed, all because they were written, but cannot arrive, Today. — Ingeborg Bachmann, Reading...
You belong to me, I have made you mine. I can’t believe that there was ever a...– Franz Kafka, Diaries: 1917 (werrottende)
Vedo un uomo che non è un uomo e un bambino che non è un bambino. Vedo un uomo...– David Grossman, Che tu sia per me il coltello (saneinsane, somnambulatorie)
She sat perfectly still, listening and looking always at the same spot. It...– Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out (funeral, somnambulatorie)