Paul Auster · Witty

Thoughts can be dangerous #PaulAuster

He demonstrated all the warmth and personality of an extinguished lamppost.


There comes a time in every man’s life, and I’ve had plenty of them.


I ask the little girl if the book it’s any good, and she gives a vigorous nod of approval. Not just good, she seems to be telling me, but a masterpiece for all time.


Idleness breeds thought, and thoughts can be dangerous, as anyone who lives alone will readily understand.


Like Kafka’s doll, he thought he was simply looking for a change of scenery.


The little girl had never seen or heard of Chaplin (further evidence of the collapse of American education).


Paul Auster – The Brooklyn Follies


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