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Jorge Luis Borges
“Then I reflect that all things happen, happen to one, precisely now. Century follows century, and things happen only in the present. There are countless men in the air, on land and at sea, and all that really happens happens to me.”
Jorge Luis Borges, Labyrinths: Selected Stories and Other Writings

Chinua Achebe
“When a coward sees a man he can beat he becomes hungry for a fight.”
Chinua Achebe, No Longer at Ease

Stephen King
“Because talent won't be quiet, doesn't know how to be quiet," he said. "Whether it's a talent for safe-cracking, thought-reading, or dividing ten-digit numbers in your head, it screams to be used. It never shuts up. It'll wake you in the middle of your tiredest night, screaming, 'Use me, use me, use me! I'm tired of just sitting here! Use me, fuckhead, use me!”
Stephen King, The Dark Tower

James Joyce
“He had to undress and then kneel and say his own prayers before the gas was lowered so that he might not go to hell when he died.”
James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

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