Quote1″If a book has anything to say, it burns with a quiet laugh, because any book worth its salt points up and out of itself.” – Bohumil Hrabal, Too Loud A Solitude
Quote2: “…because when I start reading I’m somewhere completely different, I’m in the text, it’s amazing, I have to admit I’ve been dreaming, dreaming in a land of great beauty, I’ve been in the very heart of truth.” – Bohumil Hrabal, Too Loud A Solitude
Quote3: “How much more beautiful it must have been in the days when the only place a thought could make its mark was the human brain and anybody wanting to squelch ideas had to compact human heads, but even that wouldn’t have helped, because real thought come from outside and travel with us like the noodle soup we take to work; in other words, inquisitors burn books in vain.” – Bohumil Hrabal, Too Loud A Solitude
Song: Under Pressure – Queen
Song2: Cashing In – Minor Threat
Song3: Dust – Suicide
Quote1: “Love”; he had said, “is laying your head down on the tracks while knowing full well that the train is coming, and enjoying the coolness of the metal against your neck.” – Natalie Brown, The Lovebird
Quote2: “..my memories of Montana made me hurt in the most exquisite possible way, the way memories of certain sights, sounds, smells, and smiles do. You know. They make an invisible kind of beauty inside of you.” – Natalie Brown, The Lovebird.