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1. "Piuttosto morire in piedi che vivere in ginocchio."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "Dentro la palla di neve sulla scrivania di mio padre c'era un pinguino con una sciarpa a righe bianche e rosse. Quando ero piccola papà mi metteva seduta sulle sue ginocchia e prendeva in mano la palla di neve. La capovolgeva perché la neve si raccogliesse tutta in cima, poi con un colpo secco la ribaltava. E insieme guardavamo la neve che fioccava leggera intorno al pinguino. Il pinguino è tutto solo, pensavo, e mi angustiavo per lui. Lo dicevo a papà e lui mi rispondeva: "Non ti preoccupare, Susie, sta da re. È prigioniero di un mondo perfetto"."
Author: Alice Sebold
3. "The Procrustean bed. . .suggests itself with dispiriting aptness as a metaphor for the Culture Wars, right down to the blandishments with which Procrustes must have lured his guests over the threshold. (I picture him as a handsome fellow with a large vocabulary and an oleaginous tongue, not unlike the chairmen of many English departments.) There's just one crucial difference. Sometimes Procrustes lopped off his victims, and sometimes he stretched them, but the Culture Wars always lop. I have never seen cultural politics enlarge a work of literature, only diminish it."
Author: Anne Fadiman
4. "You could have fucked me 'til your uncut, overexposed on the blogs, ‘too ginormous for my snatch' pecker fell off. And I'd still no way never ever in a thousand years sell, loan, sample you my Easton. And to answer your question, I run my company with my pussy, and twenty-four other pussy-sporting employees. Easton girls do not allow dickheads or cocks in our fashion world. Period."
Author: Avery Aster
5. "Fuori soffiava un vento forte e impetuoso, dentro all'appartamento però si stava bene. La stufa infatti emanava un calore ideale. Dai vetri leggermente appannati si vedevano i rami di un albero secco disegnare nell'aria delle fantasie elaborate. Il gusto dolce e quello amaro del tè si sposavano alla perfezione con quell'atmosfera. Io ero seduta sul divano e Rumi coricata su un enorme cuscino appoggiato sul pavimento. Sulle ginocchia aveva un plaid di maglia davvero bello.Erano mesi che non passavo dei momenti così rilassanti in compagnia di qualcuno."
Author: Banana Yoshimoto
6. "Corsi verso di loro. La bimba era fra le braccia della madre, e io lascia cadere la spada, mi sfilai l'elmo e mi inginocchiai lì accanto. - Dian - sussurrai. - Amore mio.Vidi l'anima tremolare ancora nei suoi occhi. Mi vide, Dian mi vide, e vide sua madre, prima di morire. Ci guardò per un istante, poi la sua giovane anima si allontanò leggere come un'ala nel buio, senza rumore, come una fiamma di candela spenta da un soffio di vento. Lavaine le aveva tagliato la gola mentre saltava verso il braccio del fratello e adesso il suo piccolo cuore aveva rinunciato a lottare. Ma riuscì ancora a vedermi, prima di morire. Ne sono certo. Mi vide, poi morì, e io abbracciai lei e sua madre e piansi come un bambino.Piansi per le mia piccola, adorata Dian."
Author: Bernard Cornwell
7. "Me mira fijamente, y la mirada que le devuelvo es el principio de todo, y me imagino el futuro: "¿Por qué me odias?", imagino que dice la voz angustiada de una chica. "¿Qué te he hecho?, imagino que grita otra persona."
Author: Bret Easton Ellis
8. "We were all runing from something. Vaginoplasty. Aging. The future."
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
9. "Picture-perfect, state-of-the-art vaginas lengthened using sections of colon, self-cleaning and lubricated with its own mucosa. Sensate clitorises made by cropping and rerouting bits of the glans penis. The Cadillac of vaginoplasty. Some of these Cadillacs turn out so succesful that the flood of colon mucosa means wearing a maxipad every day."
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
10. "Me pediste que no te olvidara, que pensara en ti si me faltabas porque solamente tu recuerdo me alegraría el ama... Pero si te imagino sonriendo, al vacio caigo pero lento porque este dolor que llevo dentro no se parece a nada... Ni a tu olor, ni a tus besos ni al amor que me dabas..."
Author: Dulce María
11. "- Io non sono un tipo da cuori e fiori, non ho niente di romantico, ho gusti molto particolari. Dovresti stare alla larga da me.Ma in te, in te c'è qualcosa, per cui non riesco a starti lontano. Immagino che tu lo abbia capito.- Allora non farlo."
Author: E.L. James
12. "I need to start thinking more like an engineer and less like a scientist: I need to think about what works, not about why.The problem was me. I was it.That's what I believed. I believed I was the everything.The largeness of my disaster dragged others- frankly, everyone- down with me. I was certain that entire rooms of people became vertiginously joyous when I was high and having fun, and that anyone who got near me when I was morose and coming down would have to feel my pain as potently as I did. Whether I was high or low, the intensity was so great and the world became so small- no larger than the size of me and my mood of the moment- that it was hard to imagine that anything else was going on. It was hard to believe that there were things happening in the world that were not about me."
Author: Elizabeth Wurtzel
13. "Mi cerebro es un hervidero, pero cuando me pongo nervioso las ideas se me suceden como en un vertiginoso ballet."(less)"
Author: Ernesto Sabato
14. "It was a heavenly summer, the summer in which France fell and the British Expeditionary Force was evacuated from Dunkirk. Leaves were never such an intense and iridescent green; sunlight glinted on flower-studded meadows as the Germans encircled the Maginot Line and overran not only France but Belgium and Holland. Birdsong filled the air in the lull between bursts of gunfire and accompanied the fleeing refugees who blocked the roads. It was as though the weather was preparing a glorious requiem for the death of Europe."
Author: Eva Ibbotson
15. "Niente è facile. Non lo è mai. Se così non fosse sarebbe tutto più semplice: niente dolore, niente delusione, niente solitudine. No, nulla di tutto questo è possibile, perché niente di ciò che realmente conta può essere facile. La gioia nasce dal sacrificio, dalle ginocchia sbucciate, dai cuori infranti. Perché ciò che ci è stato inculcato da bambini non può essere vero: non ci sono favole, non ci sono eroi o grandi imprese, c'è la determinazione di persone semplici che non si arrendono mai!"
Author: Fabio Volo
16. "— Imagine um elefante — disse ele.— Um elefante — disse o garçom.— Imagine dois.— Hum...— Um, não: dois!— Eu sei: dois.— Imagine três. Dez. Vinte.— Vinte elefantes — sorriu o garçom.— Agora, imagine cem, duzentos, mil.— Mil?— Mil. Se você é capaz. De mil, cinqüenta mil, cem mil elefantes. Você é capaz? — ... — Pois agora imagine um milhão. Um milhão de elefantes galopando, um milhão! Já imaginou?— Poeira, hein?— Poeira, nada: elefantes! Um milhão. Um bilhão, chega?— Um bilhão — o garçom repetiu.— Novecentos bilhões. Novecentos e noventa e nove trilhões! de elefantes. Não posso mais. Acho que chega, você que acha?— É muito elefante — concordou o garçom.— É: muito. Pois agora você imagine uma pulga.— Uma pulga — e o garçom suspirou, resignado.— Isso: novecentos e noventa e nove trilhões de elefantes, de um lado: e uma pulga, do outro lado. — Morou?— Não.— É o terror — arrematou ele. — Me dá um uísque"
Author: Fernando Sabino
17. "Y porque no lo tengan por maricón, ahaje ese cuello y agobie de espaldas; la capa caída, que siempre nosotros andamos de capa caída; ese hocico, de tornillo: gestos a un lado y a otro; y haga vucé de las g, h y de las h, g. Diga conmigo: gerida, mogino, jumo, pahería, mohar, habalí y harro de vino."
Author: Francisco De Quevedo
18. "Não posso ter certeza, mas às vezes imagino se uma preferência crítica pelo contexto sobre o texto não reflete uma geração tornada impaciente com a leitura em profundidade."
Author: Harold Bloom
19. "It was as if these depths, constantly bridged over by a structure that was firm enough in spite of its lightness and of its occasional oscillation in the somewhat vertiginous air, invited on occasion, in the interest of their nerves, a dropping of the plummet and a measurement of the abyss. A difference had been made moreover, once for all, by the fact that she had, all the while, not appeared to feel the need of rebutting his charge of an idea within her that she didn't dare express, uttered just before one of the fullest of their later discussions ended."
Author: Henry James
20. "...he put his foot on one pedal, scooted a few yards and swung his other leg over the saddle. He soared left into the vertiginously sloping hillside road and sped, without touching his brakes ...The hedgerows and sky blurred; he imagined himself in a velodrome as the wind whipped his hair clean..."
Author: J.K. Rowling
21. "Bilbo piegò un ginocchio a terra,pieno di dolore.<< Addio,Re sotto la montagna!>> egli disse <>"
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
22. "When I come to Chicago, I gorge myself. I get off the plane and start with Gene and Jude's for two hot dogs with everything, swing by The Fudge Pot for a taffy apple and a turtle, chocolate clusters at Sarah's Pastries and Candies and steak at Smith and Wollensky. I find time for Gino's pizza within the next 12 hours."
Author: James Belushi
23. "Make way! Move it, people! Lets make room for this poor woman's hideously disfigured, ginormous brain! She's a fucking genius!"
Author: Jamie McGuire
24. "He tossed me over his shoulder, making his way through the crowd behind us. "Make way! Move it, people! Let's make room for this poor woman's hideously disfigured, ginormous brain! She's a fucking genius!"I giggled at the amused and curious exp"
Author: Jamie McGuire
25. "Books may look like nothing more than words on a page, but they are actually an infinitely complex imaginotransference technology that translates odd, inky squiggles into pictures inside your head."
Author: Jasper Fforde
26. "Noah's Ark was the world's first sex education: two by two.http://www.OriginofAlphabet.com"
Author: Jennifer Ball
27. "Each person leaves a legacy--a single, small piece of herself, which makes richer each individual life and the collective life of humanity as a whole. But do not despair, for despair is a despicable and bourgeois affectation; we must not allow it. As for what happens next, well, as the Cuban poet Regino Pedroso once said, "como forjamos el hierro, forjaremos días nuevos": as we hammer out iron, we shall hammer out new days."
Author: John Nichols
28. "Las cosas nunca suceden como yo las imagino."
Author: John Green
29. "All of them, all except Phineas, constructed at infinite cost to themselves these Maginot Lines against this enemy they thought they saw across the frontier, this enemy who never attacked that way-if he ever attacked at all; if he was indeed the enemy."
Author: John Knowles
30. "We live in a center-right country. Now watch me smile oleaginously."
Author: Jon Meacham
31. "On this moment Huey's balls grew threesizes. By Huey's estimates, this made theminhumanly enormous. Ginormous even. In Spanish,the word for testicles is "juevos". This is also theword for eggs. On this moment, Huey's juevos werehard boiled."
Author: Jonathan Culver
32. "—Acabo de comprender por qué alguien quiso hacer el primer espejo. Willow parpadea sorprendida. Eso no era en absoluto lo que estaba esperando. —¿Por qué? —Imagino que un hombre enamorado deseaba que su amante supiera como era ella para él. Quería que ella fuera capaz de verse tal y como él la veía."
Author: Julia Hoban
33. "¿Por qué tan lejos de los dioses? Quizá por preguntarlo. ¿Y qué? El hombre es el animal que pregunta. El día en que verdaderamente sepamos preguntar, habrá diálogo. Por ahora las preguntas nos alejan vertiginosamente de las respuestas. ¿Qué epifanía podemos esperar si nos estamos ahogando en la más falsa de las libertades, la dialéctica judeocristiana? Nos hace falta un Novum Organum de verdad, hay que abrir de par en par todas las ventanas y tirar todo a la calle, pero sobre todo hay que tirar también la ventana, y nosotros con ella. Es la muerte, o salir volando. Hay que hacerlo, de alguna manera hay que hacerlo."
Author: Julio Cortázar
34. "E.B.: Vive a Parigi?N.W.: Studia matematica alla Sorbona.E.B.: Ne sarà orgogliosa.Lei sorride con un'alzata di spalle.E.B.: Mi colpisce la scelta della materia, dato che lei si occupa di letteratura.N.W.: Non so da chi abbia preso. Tutte quelle formule e teorie incomprensibili. Immagino che lei le capisca. Per quanto mi riguarda, so fare a malapena le moltiplicazioni.E.B.: Forse è il suo modo di ribellarsi. Lei di ribellione se ne intende, penso.N.W.: Sì, ma io mi ribellavo nel modo giusto. Bevevo, fumavo e avevo amanti. Chi si ribella studiando matematica?"
Author: Khaled Hosseini
35. "Astral Weeks," insofar as it can be pinned down, is a record about people stunned by life, completely overwhelmed, stalled in their skins, their ages and selves, paralyzed by the enormity of what in one moment of vision they can comprehend. It is a precious and terrible gift, born of a terrible truth, because what they see is both infinitely beautiful and terminally horrifying: the unlimited human ability to create or destroy, according to whim. It's no Eastern mystic or psychedelic vision of the emerald beyond, nor is it some Baudelairean perception of the beauty of sleaze and grotesquerie. Maybe what it boils down to is one moment's knowledge of the miracle of life, with its inevitable concomitant, a vertiginous glimpse of the capacity to be hurt, and the capacity to inflict that hurt."
Author: Lester Bangs
36. "Listen, she said, "cherubim have come to my planet before.""I know that. Where do you think I got my information?""What do you know about us?""I have heard that your host planet is shadowed, that it is troubled.""It is beautiful," Meg said defensively.She felt a rippling of his wings. "In the middle of your cities?""Well-no-but I don't live in a city.""And is your planet peaceful?""Well-no-it isn't very peaceful.""I had the idea," Proginoskes moved reluctantly within her mind, "that there are wars on your planet. People fighting and killing each other.""Yes, that's so, but-""And children go hungry.""Yes.""And people don't understand each other.""Not always.""And there's-there's hate?""Yes."She felt Proginoskes pulling away. "All I want to do," he was murmuring to himself, "is go some place quiet and recite the names of the stars..."
Author: Madeleine L'Engle
37. "A realidade muda, às vezes muito devagar, outras, a uma velocidade vertiginosa. Não estava preparada para isto. A vida é mesmo assim: nunca muda quando pensamos, mas um dia muda mesmo e, quando damos por isso, o jogo virou e perdemos o que tínhamos. Ganhar e perder fazem parte da vida e da morte, tal como a glória e a tristeza, a luz e as sombras."
Author: Margarida Rebelo Pinto
38. "Quiero palabras en mi entierro.Aunque imagino que eso significa que necesitas vida en tu vida."
Author: Markus Zusak
39. "Results are their own propaganda. The vast majority of the people are free, prosperous, and safe under the Phoenix Society's rule. They are happy. Why should they care if the likes of you are denied due process?" --Imaginos"
Author: Matthew Graybosch
40. "A good sister is one who won't be embarrassed when you burst into tears in public. A better one will hand you tissues until you stop. The best is the one who will go get you another latte to go with the ginormous chocolate orgy she's already laid in front of you."
Author: Megan Hart
41. "Historie sa jak pajaki, maja dlugie noginogi. Historie sa tez jak pajeczyny - czlowiek moze sie w nich zaplatac, ale wygladaja pieknie, gdy spojrzec na nie rankiem, oprószone rosa pod lisciem. I wszystkie w elegancki sposób lacza sie ze soba."
Author: Neil Gaiman
42. "E imparai, con umiltà e fatica, ma imparai quello che dovevo fare, e che sarebbe stato ovvio per un bambino: la vita non è altro che un susseguirsi di tante piccole vite, vissute un giorno alla volta. Si dovrebbe trascorrere ogni giorno cercando la bellezza nei fiori e nella poesia e parlando con gli animali. E nulla può essere migliore di un giorno colmo di sogni e di tramonti e di brezze leggere. Imparai soprattutto che la vita è sedere su una panchina sulla riva di un fiume antico, con la mia mano posata sul suo ginocchio e a volte, nei momenti più dolci, innamorarmi di nuovo."
Author: Nicholas. Sparks
43. "Imagino que os pecadores sejam sempre cruéis quando falam com santos."
Author: Oscar Wilde
44. "Imagino que um homem que um dia amou uma mulher fará qualquer coisa por ela exceto deixar de continuar a amá-la."
Author: Oscar Wilde
45. "The best is when we all go at once, like an army of interrelated popcorn zombies who laugh the same laughs and gasp the same gasps and aren't so germ-phobic with each other that we won't share a ginormous Coke with one straw. Family is useful like that."
Author: Rachel Cohn
46. "When you're whirling free of the mother ship, when you cut your ropes, slip your chain, step off the map, go absent without leave, scram, vamoose, whatever; suppose that it's then, and only then, that you're actually free to act! To lead the life nobody tells you how to live, or when, or why. In which nobody orders you to go forth and die for them, or for god, or comes to get you because you broke one of the rules, or because you're one of the people who are, for reasons which unfortunately you can't be given, simply not allowed. Suppose you've got to go through the feeling of being lost, into the chaos and beyond; you've got to accept the loneliness, the wild panic of losing your moorings, the vertiginous terror of the horizon spinning round and round like the edge of a coin tossed in the air."
Author: Salman Rushdie
47. "You're naming your collector's-item, kick-ass sword that's made to maim and kill, specifically designed to bring your ginormous enemies to their knees and hear the lamentation of their women-Pooky Bear?""Yeah, you like it?"
Author: Susan Ee
48. "Quassù, la sensazione che la natura ha una sua presenza psichica è fortissima. A volte, quando tutto imbacuccato contro il freddo mi fermo ad osservare, seduto su un grotto, il primo raggio di sole che accende le vette dei ghiacciai e lentamente solleva il velo di oscurità, facendo emergere catene e catene di altre montagne dal fondo lattiginoso delle valli, un'aria di immensa gioia pervade il mondo ed io stesso mi ci sento avvolto, assieme agli alberi, gli uccelli, le formiche: sempre la stessa vita in tante diverse, magnifiche forme."
Author: Tiziano Terzani
49. "Alguém perguntou: 'você acha que ela é inteligente?'. Isso me pareceu uma pergunta ultrajante; sério, importa para alguém se ela é inteligente ou não? Sem dúvida basta que um rosto assim exista, embora a própria Garbo possa ter chegado ao ponto de lamentar a trágica responsabilidade de possuí-lo. Não tem graça nenhuma seu desejo de ficar sozinha; claro que deseja isso. Imagino que seja o único momento em que ela não se sente só: se a pessoa percorre um caminho singular, guarda sempre uma certa melancolia, mas não se lamenta em público."
Author: Truman Capote
50. "The Ridyadh Bodkin and the Kuala Lumpur Mushroom are positive Meccas for all kinds of daredevils-of this much I'm sure. Decadent Saudi princes pilot microlights through huge holes in their facades, while Malaysian spider men scale them using giant suckers in lieu of crampons. All these activities serve to demonstrate is that modernist megaliths have completely suborned the role of natural features in providing us with the essential and vertiginous perspective we require to comprehend accurately our ant-like status."
Author: Will Self

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He released her hand back in her own lap. "Sometimes you give up what you love to stay alive.""Have you ever had to do that?"He turned his head to look at her so long it should have been dangerous, but he seemed to have a sixth sense when it came to the road. "It's coming," he said.And he turned away, driving into the slowly dawning day."
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