segunda-feira, 26 de maio de 2008

Doris Lessing disse...

'The writers I know, or whose lives I have read about, have one thing in common: a stressed childhood. I don't mean, necessarily, an unhappy one, but children who have been forced into self-awareness early, have had to learn how to watch the grown-ups, assess them, know what they really mean, as distinct from what they say, children who are continually observing everyone - they have had the best of apprenticeships.'

Achei interessante, especialmente depois de termos lido este último livro
de Amos Oz.

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