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Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Wherever I see some mystique, be it virtue Wherever I see some mystique, be it virtue or family, faith or fatherland, there I must commit some indecent act. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: The emptiness of our boredom met with the The emptiness of our boredom met with the emptiness of these supposed signs. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: I am a collection of the family's body I am a collection of the family's body parts. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Against the background of general freakishness the case Against the background of general freakishness the case of my particular freakishness was lost. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Two conspirators with a frog, following the line Two conspirators with a frog, following the line of a whiffletree. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: I am reading Sienkiewicz. What tormenting reading. What I am reading Sienkiewicz. What tormenting reading. What a powerful genius! And there never was such a first-rate writer of the second-rate class. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Man does not fear death, only the suffering. Man does not fear death, only the suffering. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: I didn't go to the lectures. My valet, I didn't go to the lectures. My valet, who was more distinguished than I, went instead. Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: There is nothing that the mature hate more, There is nothing that the mature hate more, there is nothing that disgusts them more, than immaturity — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: A universal style is one that knows how A universal style is one that knows how to embrace lovingly those not quite developed. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: A hanged sparrow! Who would ever think of A hanged sparrow! Who would ever think of hanging a sparrow? It's like flavoring borscht with two mushrooms instead of just one - it's too much! — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Don't be fooled by your own wisdom Don't be fooled by your own wisdom — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Serious literature does not exist to make life Serious literature does not exist to make life easy but to complicate it. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: It was too late to retreat - the It was too late to retreat - the world exists only because it is always too late to retreat. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Homeland is not a blot on a map Homeland is not a blot on a map but the living essence of man — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Clive James: Bizarrely, I am convinced that a writer incapable Bizarrely, I am convinced that a writer incapable of talking about himself is not a complete writer. - WITOLD GOMBROWICZ, — Clive James
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Many a beauty in her own room behaves Many a beauty in her own room behaves repulsively till one splits one's sides. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: I am very afraid of the devil. A I am very afraid of the devil. A strange confession from the lips of an unbeliever. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: The difference between western and eastern intellectuals is The difference between western and eastern intellectuals is that the former have not been kicked in the ass enough. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Foolishness is a twin sister of wisdom. Foolishness is a twin sister of wisdom. — Witold Gombrowicz
Gombrowicz Quotes By Witold Gombrowicz: Great poetry must be admired, because it is Great poetry must be admired, because it is great and because it is poetry, and so we admire it. — Witold Gombrowicz