The Noise of Time (1)

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    What could be put up against the noise of time? Only that music which is inside ourselves - the music of our being - which is transformed by some into real music. Which, over the decades, if it is str...

叫魂 (2)

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    完全没有借古讽今哦,微笑 作为现代中国的前奏,叫魂大恐慌向中国社会的观察着凸显了一个特别令人难过的现象:社会上到处表现出以冤冤相报为形式的敌意。叫魂案从一开始就带有这种令人不快的特征。..... 一旦官府...
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    当画师为他画像时,人到中年的弘历笑得并不由衷——在我看来,甚至还显得有点勉强。也许,这略带凄凉的微笑中含有这样的认识:一宗伟大的事业,往往会因为那些为之服务的人们本身的卑下而变得不再伟大;一个伟大的人...

The Altar of the Dead (2)

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    The candles might mechanically burn, but each of them had lost its lustre. The church had become a void; it was his presence, her presence, their common presence, that had made the indispensable mediu...
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    A woman, when wronged, was always more wronged than a man, and there were conditions when the least she could have got off with was more than the most he could have to bear. He was sure this rare crea...

The Street of Crocodiles (2)

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    Our language has no definitions which would weigh, so to speak, the grade of reality, or define its suppleness. Let us say it bluntly: the misfortune of that area is that nothing ever succeeds there, ...
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    "We have lived for too long under the terror of the matchless perfection of the Demiurge," my father said. "For too long the perfection of his creation has paralyzed our own creative in...

Life, Life (1)

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    They talk to me, I don't hear what they say. My soul is listening to itself, like Joan of Arc. Such voices sing! I've learned to direct them, So can summon flutes or harps, Bassons, at will. ...
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