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  • 夸九

    夸九 (柳暗花明)

    You can’t hate something so violently unless a part of you also loves it. For Quinn learned that eating did not necessarily solve the problem of food. A meal was no more than a fragile defense against the inevitability of the next meal. Food itself could never answer the question of food; it only delayed the moment when the question would have to be asked in earnest. The greatest danger, there...

    2015-04-24 21:11

  • [已注销]

    [已注销]

    It was a wrong number that started it, the telephone ringing three times in the dead of night, and the voice on the other end asking for someone he was not. 20 She says the father talked about God. That is a funny word to me. When you put it backwards, it spells dog. And a dog is not much like God, is it? Woof woof. Bow wow. Those are dog words. I think they are beautiful. So pretty ...

    2014-02-23 21:20

  • Jane

    Jane (Everyone wants to be found.)

    本书最喜欢的一段话,关于命运的解读: 任何对命运的抗争其实已经是任其摆布,对它的拒绝其实已经是接受。这里颇有古希腊悲剧的意味。俄狄浦斯越想逃避命运,就越被它牵着鼻子走。

    2013-06-16 22:22

  • Jane

    Jane (Everyone wants to be found.)

    Quinn quintessence quiddity quick quill quack quirk Grin kin win fin din gin pin tin bin Stillman肯定是个出色的英语老师!

    2013-05-08 22:39

  • Jane

    Jane (Everyone wants to be found.)

    There was light everywhere, an immense light that seemed to radiate outward from each thing the eye caught hold of, and overhead, in the branches of the trees, a breeze continued to blow, shaking the leaves with a passionate hissing, a rising and falling that breathed on as steadily as surf.好美的景色!将风吹树叶的声音比作海浪,赞!

    2013-05-08 22:37

  • Jane

    Jane (Everyone wants to be found.)

    New York was an inexhaustible space 这与上海多么相似!总会有迷路的感觉,Lost, not only in the city, but within himself as well.有太多东西可以看,甚至于眼睛的热闹剥夺了大脑思考的能力。

    2013-04-14 13:49

  • 布拉布拉

    布拉布拉 (影像细节控)

    Quinn found himself walking between two choices: putting everything into oblivion or confronting the task again under forgiveness of Peter's wife and himself. He wondered through the streets and, without revealing his decision-making process to us, began a hidden vigilance for Peter and his wife. He lived like a tramp, having interrupted sleeps and restricted diet to maximize his watch-out. It...

    2012-10-30 05:22

  • 布拉布拉

    布拉布拉 (影像细节控)

    Without any clue, Quinn found the real Paul Auster. It turned out that Auster was a writer, not a private eye. They both talked like friends. Auster revealed the plot of his book to Quinn. It was about the authorship of Don Quixote. In sum, it could have been Don Quixote who orchestrated the writing: He behaved strangely so that his square Sancho would note down his behavior and let people write a...

    2012-10-29 14:13

  • 布拉布拉

    布拉布拉 (影像细节控)

    Quinn and Peter's father had their first meeting. I hereby will doubt if the way Quinn confronted Stillman could really work. He started with staring the old man for two minutes speechlessly, and, when the old man stopped him, he simply said: I haven't said anything twice. The weird thing to me is that Stillman thought Quinn was a man of sense and started to reveal to Quinn what he had done in Ne...

    2012-10-29 13:18

  • 布拉布拉

    布拉布拉 (影像细节控)

    Quinn started stalking Peter's father, only to find the subject seemed to wonder around his hotel near the Riverside Park, picking up little junks on the street. Four days had passed. Just as Quinn was about to abort the quest, he found the subject had actually cruised through certain patterns, patterns like letters that would form three words: TOWEL OF BABEL. The whole thing was so oblique, so f...

    2012-10-29 08:54

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