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"My imagination knows no peace, my heart no satisfaction. I'm never satisfied. I grow used to sorrow as easily as I do pleasure, and my life gets emptier every day. The only thing left for me is to travel . . . Not for Europe, though, not on your life. I'll go to America, Arabia, India. With luck I'll die somewhere on the way. At least I can be sure that with storms and bad roads to help this final solace will last me a while."

"My imagination knows no peace, my heart no satisfaction. I'm never satisfied. I grow used to sorrow as easily as I do pleasure, and my life gets emptier every day. The only thing left for me is to travel . . . Not for Europe, though, not on your life. I'll go to America, Arabia, India. With luck I'll die somewhere on the way. At least I can be sure that with storms and bad roads to help this final solace will last me a while."

Object Lessons: The Life of the Woman and the Poet in Our Time by Eavan Boland. $15.95. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company (July 17, 1996). Author: Eavan Boland. Publication: July 17, 1996

Object Lessons: The Life of the Woman and the Poet in Our Time by Eavan Boland. $15.95. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company (July 17, 1996). Author: Eavan Boland. Publication: July 17, 1996

What is Post-Modernism? (What Isà?): Amazon.co.uk: Charles Jencks: Books

What is Post-Modernism? (What Isà?): Amazon.co.uk: Charles Jencks: Books

I feel that there is much to be said for the Celtic belief that the souls of those whom we have lost are held captive in some inferior being, in an anima...

I feel that there is much to be said for the Celtic belief that the souls of those whom we have lost are held captive in some inferior being, in an anima...

Das Meer und das Mädchen by Kathi Appelt http://www.amazon.com/dp/3473368458/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_jPhzvb085AFMQ

Das Meer und das Mädchen by Kathi Appelt http://www.amazon.com/dp/3473368458/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_jPhzvb085AFMQ

The Wild Palms by William Faulkner

Classics That Made a Difference

The Wild Palms by William Faulkner

Act IV scene vi 200, Gentleman: A sight most pitiful in the meanest wretch,/ past speaking of in a king.

Act IV scene vi 200, Gentleman: A sight most pitiful in the meanest wretch,/ past speaking of in a king.

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one of the few autobiographies i have read and i thoroughly enjoyed it

one of the few autobiographies i have read and i thoroughly enjoyed it