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Sometimes he looked at himself in a mirror, at the long face with its thatch of dry brown hair, and touched his sharp cheekbones; he saw the thin wrists that protruded inches out of his coat sleeves; and he wondered if he appeared as ...more
Leo Tolstoy
“Bu kiliseler, bu çan, bu yalan niçin? Bütün bunların tek nedeni var: Birbirimizden, öfkeyle birbirine küfreden şu arabacılar gibi nefret ettiğimizi gizlemek için.”
Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

“Anneme giderken onlara Eukleides’ten söz etmeye başladım. Geometrisinin temelini oluşturan beş aksiyomunu anlattım. Beşincisi üzerine yapılan tartışmalara değindim, konuyla ilgilenmiş birkaç büyük matematikçinin adını andım ve gelip Eukleides’çi olmayan geometriye dayandım çünkü hiçbir şey göründüğü, hatta yaşandığı gibi değil!

Her şey hatırlandığı gibi.”
Barış Bıçakçı, Aramızdaki En Kısa Mesafe

Susan Sontag
“Time liberates the work of art from moral relevance, delivering it over to the Camp sensibility . . . Another effect: time contracts the sphere of banality. (Banality is, strictly speaking, always a category of the contemporary.) What was banal can, with the passage of time, become fantastic.”
Susan Sontag, Notes on "Camp"

Susan Sontag
“Gaudi's lurid and beautiful buildings in Barcelona are Camp not only because of their style but because they reveal — most notably in the Cathedral of the Sagrada Familia — the ambition on the part of one man to do what it takes a generation, a whole culture to accomplish.”
Susan Sontag, Notes on "Camp"

Lewis Carroll
“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”
Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

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