>> sexta-feira, Janeiro 29, 2010
"(...) there were times when he shocked me by his willingness to jump into dangerous situations.(...) Fanshawe would talk to me about the importance of 'tasting life'. Making things hard for yourself, he said, searching out the unknown - this is what he wanted, and more and more as he got older."
"(...) the circumstances under which lives shift course are so various that it would seem impossible to say anything about a man until he is dead. Not only is death the one true arbiter of happiness (Solon's remark), it is the only measurement by which we can judge life itself."
Paul Auster in "The New York Trilogy" (acabei ontem).