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"How do you manage it, she said, at your age? I told her I'd been saving up for her all my life." ~ Samuel Beckett
"Nothing matters but the writing. There has been nothing else worthwhile... a stain upon the silence." ~ Samuel Beckett
"No, I regret nothing, all I regret is having been born, dying is such a long tiresome business I always found." ~ Samuel Beckett
"To have been always what I am - and so changed from what I was." ~ Samuel Beckett
"Once a certain degree of insight has been reached," said Wylie, "all men talk, when talk they must, the same tripe." ~ Samuel Beckett
"that childhood said to have been mine the difficulty of believing in it the feeling rather of having been born octogenarian at the age when one dies in the dark" ~ Samuel Beckett
"Yes, I feel the moment has come for me to look back, if I can, and take my bearings, if I am to go on. If only I knew what I had been saying. Bah, no need to worry, it can only have been one thing, the same as ever. I have my faults, but changing my tune is not one of them. I have only to go on, as if there was something to be done, something begun, somewhere to go. It all boils down to a question of words, I must not forget this, I have not forgotten it. But I must have said this before, since I say it now." ~ Samuel Beckett
"Ik dacht zwak en zonder spijt aan het verhaal dat ik had kunnen vertellen, een verhaal naar voorbeeld van mijn leven, ik bedoel zonder de moed te eindigen noch de kracht om verder te gaan." ~ Samuel Beckett
"Decidedly it will never have been given to me to finish anything, except perhaps breathing. One must not be greedy." ~ Samuel Beckett
"If there is one question I dread, to which I have never been able to invent a satisfactory reply, it is the question what am I doing." ~ Samuel Beckett
"For in me there have always been two fools, among others, one asking nothing better than to stay where he is and the other imagining that life might be slightly less horrible a little further on." ~ Samuel Beckett
"Already all confusion. Things and imaginings. As of always. Confusion amounting to nothing. Despite precautions. If only she could be pure figment. Unalloyed. This old so dying woman. So dead. In the madhouse of the skull and nowhere else. Where no more precautions to be taken. No precautions possible. Cooped up there with the rest. Hovel and stones. The lot. And the eye. How simple all then. If only all could be pure figment. Neither be nor been nor by any shift to be. Gently gently. On. Careful." ~ Samuel Beckett
"All has not been said and never will be." ~ Samuel Beckett
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