Patrick Suskind Quotes

Top 29 wise famous quotes and sayings by Patrick Suskind

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Patrick Suskind quotes: He had no use for sensual gratification, unless that gratification consisted of pure, incorporeal odors. He had no use for sensual gratification, unless that gratification consisted of pure, incorporeal odors.
Patrick Suskind quotes: The wind blew cold, and he was freezing, but he did not notice that he was freezing, for within him was a counterfrost, fear. The wind blew cold, and he was freezing, but he did not notice that he was freezing, for within him was a counterfrost, fear.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He realized that all his life he had been a nobody to everyone. What he now felt was the fear of his own oblivion. It was as though he did He realized that all his life he had been a nobody to everyone. What he now felt was the fear of his own oblivion. It was as though he did not exist.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He came to the conclusion that you cannot depend on people, and that you can live in peace only if you keep them at arm's length. He came to the conclusion that you cannot depend on people, and that you can live in peace only if you keep them at arm's length.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He disgusted them the way a fat spider that you can't bring yourslef to crush in your own hand disgusts you. He disgusted them the way a fat spider that you can't bring yourslef to crush in your own hand disgusts you.
Patrick Suskind quotes: Ignorance is the only possible happiness this world has to offer Ignorance is the only possible happiness this world has to offer
Patrick Suskind quotes: Virtually drowning in himself, he could not for the life of him smell himself. Virtually drowning in himself, he could not for the life of him smell himself.
Patrick Suskind quotes: And now fear spread over the countryside. People no longer knew against whomto direct their impotent rage. And now fear spread over the countryside. People no longer knew against whom
to direct their impotent rage.
Patrick Suskind quotes: God gives good times and bad times, but He does not wish us to bemoan and bewail the bad times, but to prove ourselves men. God gives good times and bad times, but He does not wish us to bemoan and bewail the bad times, but to prove ourselves men.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He did not want to have his newfound respiratory freedom ruined so soon be the sultry climate of humans. He did not want to have his newfound respiratory freedom ruined so soon be the sultry climate of humans.
Patrick Suskind quotes: But he did decide vegetatively, as a bean when once tossed aside must decide if it ought to germinate or had better let things be. But he did decide vegetatively, as a bean when once tossed aside must decide if it ought to germinate or had better let things be.
Patrick Suskind quotes: How quickly the apparently solidly laid foundation of one's existence could crumble. How quickly the apparently solidly laid foundation of one's existence could crumble.
Patrick Suskind quotes: As long as I don't have an idea, I won't write anything. As long as I don't have an idea, I won't write anything.
Patrick Suskind quotes: But perhaps we ask too much of him. Perhaps he really was only a god. But perhaps we ask too much of him. Perhaps he really was only a god.
Patrick Suskind quotes: For Grenouille, this simplicity seemed a deliverance. For Grenouille, this simplicity seemed a deliverance.
Patrick Suskind quotes: It was good, really, that this external world still existed, if only as a place of refuge. It was good, really, that this external world still existed, if only as a place of refuge.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He was finally able to bask in his own existence; and he found it splendid. He was finally able to bask in his own existence; and he found it splendid.
Patrick Suskind quotes: She was indeed a girl of exquisite beauty. She was one of those languid women made of dark honey smooth and sweet and terribly sticky. She was indeed a girl of exquisite beauty. She was one of those languid women made of dark honey smooth and sweet and terribly sticky.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He decided in favor of life out of sheer spite and malice. He decided in favor of life out of sheer spite and malice.
Patrick Suskind quotes: Grenouille no longer wanted to go somewhere, but only to go away, away from human beings. Grenouille no longer wanted to go somewhere, but only to go away, away from human beings.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He was not bound. No one led him by the arm. He got out of the carriage as if he were a free man. He was not bound. No one led him by the arm. He got out of the carriage as if he were a free man.
Patrick Suskind quotes: He succeeded in being considered totally uninteresting. People left him alone. And that was all he wanted. He succeeded in being considered totally uninteresting. People left him alone. And that was all he wanted.