Six Memos For The Next Millennium Quotes

Seven of the best book quotes from Six Memos For The Next Millennium
“Who are we, who is each one of us, if not a combination of experiences, information, books we have read, things imagined? Each life is an encyclopedia, a library, an inventory of objects, a series of styles, and everything can be constantly shuffled and reordered in every way conceivable.”
“Whenever humanity seems condemned to heaviness, I think I should fly like Perseus into a different space . . . I have to change my approach, look at the world from a different perspective, with a different logic and with fresh methods of cognition and verification.”
“Knowledge of the world means dissolving the solidity of the world.”
“One should be light like a bird and not like a feather.”
“Overambitious projects may be objectionable in many fields, but not in literature. Literature remains alive only if we set ourselves immeasurable goals, far beyond all hope of achievement.”
“I will start out this evening with an assertion: fantasy is a place where it rains.”
“I am a Saturn who dreams of being a Mercury, and everything I write reflects these two impulses.”
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