11

Mar

2009

Quote of the Day

 

From the Times Literary Supplement review of The Letters of Samuel Beckett:

“Letters, on the other hand, are so moving because we live each moment with their author and time takes on the dimension it has in our own lives: of being more like a well into which we are perpetually falling at a deceptively slow pace than like a well-lit road along which we travel, our destination clearly visible ahead.”

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