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Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: Whatever else it might be, the divine is Whatever else it might be, the divine is certainly the thing that imposes with maximum intensity the sensation of being alive. — Roberto Calasso
Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: Baudelaire was far more than a great poet. Baudelaire was far more than a great poet. He established the keyboard of a sensibility that still lives within us, if we are not total brutes. — Roberto Calasso
Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: Stories never live alone; They are the branches Stories never live alone; They are the branches of a family that we have to trace back, and forward. — Roberto Calasso
Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: The author is the successor of the saint, The author is the successor of the saint, everyone respects the author. — Roberto Calasso
Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: ardor which is tapas; the name Indra ardor which is tapas; the name Indra — Roberto Calasso
Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: The gods are fugitive guests of literature. The gods are fugitive guests of literature. — Roberto Calasso
Calasso's Quotes By Roberto Calasso: As the Greeks see it, elegance arises from As the Greeks see it, elegance arises from excavation, from the cavity. — Roberto Calasso