shêngtsu kang xi quotes

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Two fundamental literary qualities: supernaturalism and irony.
There are moments of existence when time and space are more profound, and the awareness of existence is immensely heightened.
In certain almost supernatural states of the soul, the profundity of life reveals itself entirely in the spectacle, however ordina ...
Who would dare assign to art the sterile function of imitating nature?
All which is beautiful and noble is the result of reason and calculation.
Evil is committed without effort, naturally, fatally; goodness is always the product of some art.
An imaginative adventure does not enjoy the same corsets as reportage.
The chartered recountants take the thing to pieces and put it together again. They enjoy it. The artist takes it to pieces and mak ...
Put on your rubbers and you won't catch cold.
Here's hell, there's heaven. Go to Sunday School.
One wants a Teller in a time like this.
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