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My Mother: Demonology My Mother: Demonology by Kathy Acker
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“I want to get out of here means I want to be innocent.”
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“Murder is a dream because lack is the center of both.”
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“Life doesn't exist inside language: too bad for me.”
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“What other knowledge will my solitude and muteness bring? What other worlds?”
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“There's a point at which when I start to know a man well--this isn't true of women--I wonder whether there's something in him that's evil. Something that's pure and can't be touched. This quality of evil may be related to the quality of artistry, for an artist has the same characteristics.”
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tags: art, evil, men
“Why am I begging you, who parades your suffering over the ruins like a king in order to ensure that you will never be touched deeply, you who're always laughing.”
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“After Hatuey, a fifteenth-century Indian insurrectionist, had been fixed to the stake, his Spanish captors extended him the choice of converting to Christianity and ascending to Heaven of going unrepentantly to Hell. Gathering that his executioners expected to go to heaven, Hatuey chose the other”
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