M.T. Anderson

“There are some who believe that the mind is a blank tablet, on which experience is writ until the page be full, and the cryptic world is known; but I see rather that my own life hath been one long forgetting, the erasure of what was drawn, a terrible redaction; til all that remains is blank white and comfortless.
I know not what we have been; I know not what we are; but I know what we might be.
And so I light out for the unknown regions.”


M.T. Anderson, The Kingdom on the Waves
tags: forgetting, life, mind
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The Kingdom on the Waves (The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, #2) The Kingdom on the Waves by M.T. Anderson
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