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  • Jo ældre jeg bliver, desto sjovere bliver livet.
  • Uden vores fejl er vi nuller.

 

Engelske citater:

  • A good newspaper, I suppose, is a nation talking to itself.
  • A play is made by sensing how the forces in life simulate ignorance-you set free the concealed irony, the deadly joke.
  • A playwright lives in an occupied country. And if you can't live that way you don't stay.
  • All we are is a lot of talking nitrogen
  • Can anyone remember love? It's like trying to summon up the smell of roses in a cellar. You might see a rose, but never the perfume.
  • Certainly the most diverse, if minor, pastime of literary life is the game of Find the Author.
  • Data is a lot like humans: It is born. Matures. Gets married to other data, divorced. Gets old. One thing that it doesn't do is die. It has to be killed.
  • Everybody likes a kidder, but nobody lends him money.
  • I have made more friends for American culture than the State Department. Certainly I have made fewer enemies, but that isn't very difficult
  • I think now that the great thing is not so much the formulation of an answer for myself, for the theater, or the play-but rather the most accurate possible statement of the problem.
  • If I see an ending, I can work backward.
  • The apple cannot be stuck back on the Tree of Knowledge; once we begin to see, we are doomed and challenged to seek the strength to see more, not less
  • The job is to ask questions - it always was - and to ask them as inexorably as I can. And to face the absence of precise answers with a certain humility
  • The structure of a play is always the story of how the birds came home to roost
  • The theater is so endlessly fascinating because it's so accidental. It's so much like life.
  • Well, all the plays that I was trying to write were plays that would grab an audience by the throat and not release them, rather than presenting an emotion which you could observe and walk away from.
  • What is the most innocent place in any country? Is it not the insane asylum? These people drift through life truly innocent, unable to see into themselves at all
  • Where choice begins, Paradise ends, innocence ends, for what is Paradise but the absence of any need to choose this action?
  • You cannot catch a child's spirit by running after it; you must stand still and for love it will soon itself return.
  • You specialize in something until one day you find it is specializing in you

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