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Roberto Bolaño
“I kept having dreams all night. I thought they were touching me with their fingers. But dreams don't have fingers, they have fists, so it must have been scorpions.”
Roberto Bolaño, The Savage Detectives

Roberto Bolaño
“For a while we talked about things I've forgotten now. Or maybe we were silent for a while, me sitting at the foot of his bed, him stretched out with his book, the two of us sneaking looks at each other, listening to the sound the elevator made, as if we were in a dark room or lost in the country at night, just listening to the sound of horses.”
Roberto Bolaño, The Savage Detectives

Roberto Bolaño
“Today I realized that what I wrote yesterday I really wrote today: everything from December 31 I wrote on January 1, i.e. today, and what I wrote on December 30 I wrote on the 31st, i.e. yesterday. What I write today I'm really writing tomorrow, which for me will be today and yesterday, and also, in some sense, tomorrow: an invisible day. But enough of that.”
Roberto Bolaño, The Savage Detectives

Roberto Bolaño
“In some lost fold of the past, we wanted to be lions and we're no more than castrated cats”
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Description: thoughts on the novel, and what it makes me think of in regards to my own sad surroundings
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