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"The lover’s discourse is today of an extreme solitude."

Roland Barthes, A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments

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"Is the scene always visual? It can be aural, the frame can be linguistic: I can fall in love with a sentence spoken to me: and not only because it says something which manages to touch my desire, but because of its syntactical turn (framing), which will inhabit me like a memory."

Roland Barthes, A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments

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Swoon, Submerged Motherlands detail

Swoon, Submerged Motherlands detail

"I have this vision: That I would finally come and find you. Scattered pieces of distance would not stand in my way. Not needing words; the barest of glimpses would suffice for you and me."

Franz Kafka, Letters to Milena

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ND’A

ND’A

"Yet is it wise to leave it unasked? You must not waste your life upon an ‘if’!"

Lewis Carroll, Sylvie and Bruno

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James Baldwin

James Baldwin

"I am not ready for anything to happen.
I should have murdered this, that murders me."

Sylvia Plath, Three Women

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Sam Szafran, Escalier 54 Rue de Seine

Sam Szafran, Escalier 54 Rue de Seine

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"It’s so easy not to err. Cleaving fast to what is proper and seemly can surely, all the same, be seen as a sort of laziness."

Robert Walser, Microscripts

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"He looked at me, eyes half shut. I didn’t know which entered me, his gaze or his prick."

Hanne Ørstavik, The Blue Room

Emily Dickinson, Letters

Emily Dickinson, Letters

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