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If I read The Sound and the Fury or Middlemarch, I'm filled with the aromas of either book, with past readings and relationships t ...
As I sat at the cafe, I said to myself,
They may talk as they please about what they call pelf,
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Fitzgerald describes the social disillusionments and ballroom romanticism of the young people of the upper classes and the lonelin ...
Who wants always to look at a cafe or an altar or an oak tree with the first innocence and the limited understanding of a naive lo ...
When cafe life thrives, talk is a shared limberness of the mind that improves appetite for conversation: an adequate sentence make ...
The train was crammed, the heat stifling. We feel out of sorts, but do not quite know if we are hungry or drowsy. But when we have ...
Talk is a pure art. Its only limits are the patience of listeners who, when they get tired, can always pay for their coffee or cha ...
Lise: Look, monsieur, I don't know what type of girl you think I am, but I'm not. And now I would like to return to my friends. ...
There's nothing that makes you so aware of the improvisation of human existence as a song unfinished. Or an old address book.
Different rules apply when it gets this late. You know what I mean? It's, like, after hours.
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