Roberto Calasso Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Roberto Calasso

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Roberto Calasso quotes: Whatever else it might be, the divine is certainly the thing that imposes with maximum intensity the sensation of being alive. Whatever else it might be, the divine is certainly the thing that imposes with maximum intensity the sensation of being alive.
Roberto Calasso quotes: 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. 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 quotes: Stories never live alone; They are the branches of a family that we have to trace back, and forward. Stories never live alone; They are the branches of a family that we have to trace back, and forward.
Roberto Calasso quotes: The author is the successor of the saint, everyone respects the author. The author is the successor of the saint, everyone respects the author.
Roberto Calasso quotes: ardor which is tapas; the name Indra ardor which is tapas; the name Indra
Roberto Calasso quotes: The gods are fugitive guests of literature. The gods are fugitive guests of literature.
Roberto Calasso quotes: As the Greeks see it, elegance arises from excavation, from the cavity. As the Greeks see it, elegance arises from excavation, from the cavity.