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Francis Scott Fitzgerald

The Beautiful and Damned

  • Мария Караваеваje citiralaпре 7 година
    How I feel is that if I wanted anything I'd take it. That's what I've always thought all my life. But it happens that I want you, and so I just haven't room for any other desires.
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    However much his wild thoughts varied between a passionate desire for her kisses and an equally passionate craving to hurt and mar her, the residue of his mind craved in finer fashion to possess the triumphant soul that had shone through those three minutes.
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    "This is all. It's been very rare to have known you, very strange and wonderful. But this wouldn't do—and wouldn't last."
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    She was deeply herself
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    No, only the romanticist preserves the things worth preserving.
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    But I never want to change people or get excited over them.
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    Maury gazed helplessly into space.
    "Well, I can't describe her exactly—except to say that she was beautiful. She was—tremendously alive. She was eating gum-drops.
  • mariansalomonje citiraoпре 7 година
    wedded to a vague melancholy that was to stay beside him through the rest of his life.
  • София Техажеваje citiralaпре 8 година
    forgotten her vividness of emotion, which is true forgetting.
  • b6221027333je citiraoпре 12 дана
    There's no beauty without poignancy and there's no poignancy without the feeling that it's going, men, names, books, houses—bound for dust—mortal
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