`` ... What she said was that I didn't have to be creative, if I really didn't feel like it, that was perfectly all right. Nothing wrong with it, she said.'' p. 23, Never Let Me Go
`` ... So you're waiting, even if you don't quite know it, waiting for the moment when you realise that you really are different to them; that there are people out there, like Madame, who don't hate you or wish you any harm, but who nevertheless shudder at the very thought of you---of how you were brought into this world or why---and who dread the idea of your hand brushing against theirs. The first time you glimpse yourself through the eyes of a person like that, it's a cold moment. It's like walking past a mirror you have walked past every day of your life, and suddenly it shows you something else, something troubling and strange.'' p. 36, Never Let Me Go
Monday, July 18, 2011
More of NLMG
Two more passages from NLMG that I liked:
I started reading this novel, `` The Driver ,'' by Hart Hanson , and I did not like it much and decided to stop. But then I came ba...
What is ``real''? Anything, any entity, that is repeatable. Something that takes place only once, cannot be real, or at least, we c...
I have been developing a novel structure of concepts around the theme of ``the functions and responsibilities of the rational, conscious mi...