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1. "You're in a fairy tale right now, Tania, but what happens on the morning after happy ever after?"
Author: Allan Frewin Jones
2. "Wojewoda o trudnym do zapamietania nazwisku, któremu obily sie widac o uszy sprawy i problemy Czteroroga, spytal grzecznie, czy klacze dobrze sie zrebia. Geralt odpowiedzial, ze tak, ze znacznie lepiej od ogierów."
Author: Andrzej Sapkowski
3. "Wiele waznych problemów publicznych, podobnie jak wiele prywatnych klopotów, opisuje sie w kategoriach „psychiatrycznych" – czesto, jak sie wydaje, w zalosnej próbie ucieczki przed wielkimi problemami i pytaniami nowoczesnego spoleczenstwa."
Author: C. Wright Mills
4. "Aki igazán meg akar szerezni egy not, annak meg kell tanulnia a másik fejével gondolkodni, és tudnia kell, hogy eloször mindig a no lelkét kell meghódítania."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
5. "Remember, our kind protects you Normals from the Pures. We are the rope tied between man and super-beast. A rope forever dangling from the precipice. I tap Zetania's shoulder and ask, "What's a precipice?" "A cliff's edge," she whispers. Precipice. Must be a French word."
Author: Daven Anderson
6. "Najciekawsze pytania wciaz pozostaja pytaniami. Kryja w sobie tajemnice. Do kazdej odpowiedzi trzeba dodac „byc moze". Tylko na nieciekawe pytania mozna udzielic ostatecznych odpowiedzi."
Author: Éric Emmanuel Schmitt
7. "Ivoleyn is the most beautiful and remarkable woman in all of Altania, he said, his throat so tight the words inflicted a pain upon him, but he forged on all the same. I admire and love her to the fullest extent I am capable. I have ever since meeting her, though I was too stupid to understand at first what it was I felt. And once I did, I was too cowardly to make as stand for it."
Author: Galen Beckett
8. "Unlike Tania, who was so slim, Rykoff looked as if he'd been given an order to get fat--an order he had been delighted to obey."
Author: Henning Mankell
9. "Ah, Tania, nerede simdi senin o sicak yarigin, o kalin ve agir jartiyerlerin, yumusak ve dolgun uyluklarin? On bes santim uzunlugunda bir kemik var kamisimda. Dölümle doldurup ütüleyecegim amindaki her kirisikligi, Tania. Karninda sanciyla ve rahmin ters yüz edilmis halde gönderecegim seni Sylvester'a."
Author: Henry Miller
10. "Seni düzüyorum Tania, düzülmüs kalasin diye."
Author: Henry Miller
11. "I am fucking you, Tania, so that you'll stay fucked."
Author: Henry Miller
12. "I am going to sing for you, a little off key perhaps but I will sing. I will sing while you croak, I will dance over your dirty corpse.... To sing you must first open your mouth. You must have a pair of lungs, and a little knowledge of music. It is not necessary to have an accordion, or a guitar. The essential thing is to want to sing. This then is a song. I am singing. It is to you, Tania, that I am singing. I wish that I could sing better, more melodiously, but then perhaps you would never have consented to listen to me. You have heard the others sing and they have left you cold. They sang too beautifully, or not beautifully enough."
Author: Henry Miller
13. "[...] I know how to inflame a cunt. I shoot hot bolts into you, Tania. I make your ovaries incandescent."
Author: Henry Miller
14. "Amo tutto ciò che scorre, tutto ciò che ha in sé tempo e divenire, che ci riporta al principio dove non c'è mai fine: la violenza dei profeti, l'oscenità che è estasi, la saggezza del fanatico, il prete con la sua gommosa litania, le parole sozze della puttana, lo sputo portato via nella fogna, il latte della mammella e l'amaro miele che si riversa dall'utero, tutto ciò che è fluido, fuso, dissoluto e dissolvente, tutto il pus e il sudiciume che scorrendo si purifica, che perde il suo senso originario, che fa il grande circuito verso la morte e la dissoluzione. Il grande desiderio incestuoso è scorrere all'unisono col tempo, fondere la grande immagine dell'aldilà con quella dell'hic et nunc. Un desiderio fatuo, suicida, reso stitico dalle parole e paralizzato dal pensiero."
Author: Henry Miller
15. "Milosc ma wpisane w siebie cierpienie. Nieuniknione, chociazby przy rozstaniach. Przyjazn – nie. Milosc moze istniec i trwac nieodwzajemniona. Przyjazn – nigdy. Milosc jest pelna pychy, egoizmu, zachlannosci i niewdziecznosci. Nie uznaje zaslug i nie rozdaje dyplomów. Przyjazn poza tym jest niezwykle rzadko koncem milosci."
Author: Janusz Leon Wisniewski
16. "Having random sex the way Tania did sounded kinda...hollow. I didn't want to live in a Hollowland."
Author: Jess C. Scott
17. "Social Note: I have sought escape in the Prytania on more than one occasion, pulled by the attractions of some technicolored horrors, filmed abortions that were offenses against any criteria of taste and decency, reels and reels of perversion and blasphemy that stunned my disbelieving eyes, the shocked my virginal mind, and sealed my valve."
Author: John Kennedy Toole
18. "Szerintem egy írónak sohasem szabad kortárs témához nyúlnia és túl konkrét színhelyet választania a történethez. Mert akkor az olvasók azonnal hibákat találnak benne. Vagy ha nem találnak, keresni fognak, és amit keresnek, azt meg is találják. Ezért szeretem a novelláimat nehezen meghatározható helyekre és sok évvel ezelottre helyezni. (…) Úgy gondolom, térben és idoben egyaránt érdemes bizonyos távolságot tartani. Szerintem egyébként is viszonylag új keletu az a nézet, hogy az irodalomnak kortárs témákról kell szólnia. Ha nem tévedek, az Íliász két-háromszáz évvel Trója eleste után íródott. Szerintem a képzelet szabadsága megkívánja, hogy térben és idoben távoli témákhoz nyúljunk, vagy ha ez nem megy, akkor a mai tudományos-fantasztikus írók módjára más bolygókra helyezzük a történetet. Mert ha nem így cselekszünk, a valóság egy kicsit mindig meg fogja kötni a kezünket. Az irodalom máris túlzottan hasonlít az újságíráshoz."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
19. "Enough." Titania rose and stabbed a glare of pure poison at me. "We do not need the half-breed, husband. Send her back to the mortal world she is so fond of.""Sit down. I wasn't finished."
Author: Julie Kagawa
20. "Kiedy byliscie mali, byc moze ktos wam czytal banalna bajeczke - slowo "banalna" znaczy tutaj: "niewarta czytania" - o chlopczyku, który wywolywal wilka z lasu. Bohaterem tej bajeczki jest maly meczydusza, który krzyczy "Wilk! Wilk!", chociaz wilka nie ma w poblizu, i za kazdym razem latwowierni wiesniacy pedza mu na pomoc, aby przekonac sie, ze to byl tylko zart. Ale raz chlopczyk krzyknal "Wilk! Wilk!" wcale nie dla zartu - tylko nikt mu juz nie przybiegl na pomoc. Wilk zjadl dowcipnisia, i na tym, Bogu dzieki, bajeczka sie konczy.Moral z niej plynie oczywisty: "Nie osiedlaj sie tam, gdzie wilki hasaja na wolnosci" - chociaz ten, kto wam czytal te bajeczke, na pewno twierdzi, ze jej moral brzmi: nie klam, bo pozalujesz. Bylby to strasznie glupi moral, poniewaz wszyscy wiemy, ze klamstwo bywa czasem nie tylko pozyteczne, ale i wskazane."
Author: Lemony Snicket
21. "My memories of my childhood are wonderful memories. I feel that I was privileged because I grew up in a beautiful city. It is Catania, on the eastern coast of Sicily. It's a place filled with sun, close to the beach."
Author: Luca Parmitano
22. "Felettébb örülök, hogy nem várandós, szívem: köszönet és hála érte Grignan úrnak. Majd írja meg, vajon minek tudható be ez a jótétemény, az önmérsékletének vagy a maga iránti igaz érzéseinek, s vajon maga is nem boldog-e, hogy járhat-kelhet egy kicsit, és sétálhat abban a Provence-ban, a narancsfák között, s hogy mikor együtt leszünk majd, nem kell attól tartania, hogy elesik és megszül."
Author: Madame De Sévigné
23. "...smoke, spattered with grey-black debris, coming faster and thicker, eager to escape the brick maw and billow across the unbroken sky. 'Go on...go!' Tania said, exhilarated, raising her arms above her, scattering the sparrows from the trees, who fluttered through the grey snow and beyond it, singing their journey as they flew."
Author: Meera Syal
24. "She met the Lusitanian cooks, a husband and wife team whose passionate screams inPortuguese during their fights and lovemaking were legendary among the sailors. - pag. 191"
Author: Meljean Brook
25. "Wydrazylem dziurke w piasku, wsunalem tam oba dziela; teraz problem polegal na tym, ze musialem poszukac sobie czegos do czytania. Zycie bez czytania jest niebezpieczne, trzeba zadowolic sie samym zyciem, a to niesie ze soba pewne ryzyko."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
26. "Gdy przejechalismy dwa kilometry, dotarlo do mnie, ze tym razem juz naprawde nie mam nic do czytania; do konca wycieczki bede musial przezyc bez absolutnie zadnego tekstu drukowanego, którym bym sie mógl odizolowac. Rozejrzalem sie dookola, serce zaczelo mi szybciej bic, swiat zewnetrzny wydal mi sie nagle o wiele blizszy."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
27. "By the time I make my way to the border of Mauritania, to the edge of the Sahara, I see no end to being lost. You can spend your entire life simply falling in that direction. It isn't a station you reach but just the general state of going down. Once you make it back, if you make it back, you will stand before your long-lost friends but in some essential way they will no longer know you."
Author: Nick Flynn
28. "Valentine had long ago observed that in a society that expected chastity and fidelity, like Lusitania, the adolescents who controlled and channeled their youthful passions were the ones who grew up to be both strong and civilized. Adolescents in such a community who were either too weak to control themselves or too contemptuous of society's norms to try usually ended up being either sheep or wolves- either mindless members of the herd or predators who took what they could and gave nothing."
Author: Orson Scott Card
29. "Byc dobrym, to znaczy byc w harmonii z samym soba. Dysonans to w tym przypadku przymus pozostania w harmonii z innymi."
Author: Oscar Wilde
30. "I'm not hungry," Alexander whispered. "I'm famished. Watch out for me. Now, don't make a single sound," he said, moving on top of her. "Tania, God....I'll cover your mouth, just like this, and you hold on to me, just like this, and I'm going to-just like this-"
Author: Paullina Simons
31. "As the last dish of confections was removed a weird pageant swept across the further end of the banqueting-room: Oberon and Titania with Robin Goodfellow and the rest, attired in silks and satins gorgeous of hue, and bedizened with such late flowers as were still with us. I leaned forward to commend, and saw that each face was brown and wizened and thin-haired: so that their motions and their wedding paean felt goblin and discomforting; nor could I smile till they departed by the further door.("The Basilisk")"
Author: R. Murray Gilchrist
32. "Nigdy nie uwazal, ze „czyta" ksiazki. Jezyk byl w tym wypadku równie zdradziecki, jak u hazardzisty, który przechwala sie wygrana partia, tak jakby sila lub determinacja wydarl losowi zwyciestwo, gdy tymczasem szczesliwy rzut sztonami nie byl niczym wiecej, jak tylko udana próba wykorzystania chwili wlasnej bezradnosci. Otwarcie ksiazki zas wiazalo sie z ryzykiem zupelnie innej miary. Otwierajac ksiazke, nie tylko stawal sie bezradny, nie tylko oddawal iles tam zazdrosnie strzezonych uderzen serca wladajacemu piórem obcemu czlowiekowi, lecz pozwalal samego siebie napisac. Czymze jest bowiem lektura ksiegi, jesli nie ciaglym poddawaniem sie nieprzewidywalnym kaprysom duszy jej autora?"
Author: R. Scott Bakker
33. "Biel czesto kojarzy sie z ostatecznoscia, z kresem, ze smiercia. W tych kulturach, w których ludzie zyja lekiem przed smiercia zalobnicy ubieraja sie na czarno, zeby odstraszyc od siebie smierc, izolowac ja, ograniczyc do zmarlego. Tam jednak, gdzie smierc jest uwazana za inna forme, inna postac istnienia, zalobnicy ubieraja sie na bialo i na bialo ubieraja zmarlego: biel jest tu kolorem akceptacji, zgody, przystania na los."
Author: Ryszard Kapuściński
34. "Jakis dystyngowany lek, ze swymi pytaniami sprowokowal zbyt wielka poufalosc i dowie sie czegos, co go nic nie obchodzi, krzyzowala sie w nim z juz rozbudzona ciekawoscia i uwaga, z pragnieniem, by sie z tych ust dowiedziec czegos wiecej."
Author: Thomas Mann
35. "My Oberon, what visions have I seen!Methought I was enamored of an ass. Titania, Act IV, Scene 1, Lines 76-77"
Author: William Shakespeare

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