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White Oleander / Белый олеандр. Книга для чтения на английском языке

«Isn't it funny? I love my hatred! Love is changeable, tiring. Love uses you. But hatred is something you can use. Hatred is so calming. I feel much better now.»

«White Oleander / Белый олеандр. Книга для чтения на английском языке» Janet Fitch

Атлант расправил плечи

«The men who think that wealth comes from material resources and has no intellectual root or meaning, are the men who think-for the same reason-that sex is a physical capacity which functions independently of one's mind, choice or code of values. They think that your body creates a desire and makes a choice for you-just about in some such way as if iron ore transformed itself into railroad rails of its own volition. Love is blind, they say; sex is impervious to reason and mocks the power of all philosophers. But, in fact, a man's sexual choice is the result and the sum of his fundamental convictions. Tell me what a man finds sexually attractive and I will tell you his entire philosophy of life.»

«Атлант расправил плечи» Айн Рэнд

Атлант расправил плечи

«But the man who is convinced of his own worthlessness will be drawn to a woman he despises. Observe the ugly mess which most men make of their sex lives. Love is our response to our highest values-and can be nothing else. His body will not obey him, it will not respond, it will make him impotent toward the woman he professes to love and draw him to the lowest type of whore he can find. His body will always follow the ultimate logic of his deepest convictions; if he believes that flaws are values, he has damned existence as evil and only the evil will attract him. He has damned himself and he will feel that depravity is all he is worthy of enjoying. He has equated virtue with pain and he will feel that vice is the only realm of pleasure. Then he will scream that his body has vicious desires of its own which his mind cannot conquer, that sex is sin, that true love is a pure emotion of the spirit. And then he will wonder why love brings him nothing but boredom, and sex-nothing but shame.»

«Атлант расправил плечи» Айн Рэнд

Giovanni's Room

«There were a great many things she wanted to say, but she forced herself to say nothing.»

«Giovanni's Room» James Baldwin

Giovanni's Room

«I knew that she was giving herself, not to me, but to that lover who would never come.»

«Giovanni's Room» James Baldwin

Giovanni's Room

«Sometimes I thought, but this is your life. Stop fighting it. Stop fighting. Or I thought, but I am happy. And he loves me. I am safe. Sometimes, when he was not near me, I thought, I will never let him touch me again. Then, when he touched me, I though it doesn't matter, it is only the body, it will soon be over. When it was over I lay in the dark and listened to his breathing and dreamed of the touch of hands, of Giovanni's hands, or anybody's hands, hands which would have the power to crush me and make me whole again.»

«Giovanni's Room» James Baldwin

Giovanni's Room

«I ached abruptly, intolerably, with a longing to go home; not to that hotel, in one of the alleys of Paris, where the concierge barred the way with my unpaid bill; but home, home across the ocean to things and people I knew and understood; to those things, those places, those people which I would always, helplessly, and in whatever bitterness of spirit, love above all else. I had never realized such a sentiment in myself before, and it frightened me. I saw myself, sharply, as a wanderer, and adventurer, rocking through the world, unanchored.»

«Giovanni's Room» James Baldwin

Giovanni's Room

«Your father or mine, should have told us that not many people have ever died of love. But multitudes have perished, and are perishing every hour - and in the oddest places! - for the lack of it.»

«Giovanni's Room» James Baldwin

Giovanni's Room

«Love him and let him love you. Do you think anything else under heaven really matters? And how long, at the best, can it last? since you are both men and still have everywhere ti go? Only five minutes, I assure you, only five minutes, and most of that, helas! in the dark. And if you think of them as dirty, then they will be dirty - they will be dirty because you will be giving nothing, you will be despising your flesh and his. But you can make your time together anything but dirty, you can give each other something which will make both of you better - forever - of you will not be ashamed, if you will only not pay it safe.»

«Giovanni's Room» James Baldwin

За рекой, в тени деревьев

«Love is love and fun is fun. But it is always so quiet when the gold fish die.»

«За рекой, в тени деревьев» Эрнест Хемингуэй

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