Romain Gary Quotes.
I see History as a relay race in which one of us, before dropping in his tracks, must carry one stage further the challenge of being a man.
Sometimes I have the feeling that we live in a dubbed movie and everybody moves their lips but the voices don’t correspond. We are all post-synchronized and sometimes is very accomplished and looks natural.
They thought I suffered from lack of exterior, when I suffered from excess of interior
The avantgarde are people who don’t exactly know where they want to go, but are the first to get there.
A writer’s subconscious is one of the filthiest places there are: as a matter of fact, you can find the whole world there.
As long as you live, you hope. You think that everything will just…get better.
Disease-carrying thoughts swarm and multiply in the dark and twisted labyrinths of our minds, and all that is needed is a mob and a good political slogan for the epidemic to be spread once again, with a burst of automatic weapons or a mushroom cloud.
I’ve had a lot of fun. Good-bye, and thank you.
Literature is greater than any of us, dammit.
There is more to Jewish history than Auschwitz.