The start of a good book…

He is a fellow without any collective significance, barely an individual – L.F Celine, The Church

I love this:

“The best thing would be to write down everything that happens from day to day. To keep a diary in order to understand. To neglect no nuances or little details, even if they seem unimportant, and above all the classify them…(But) I musn’t put strangeness where there’s nothing. I think that is the danger of keeping a diary: you exaggerate everything, you are on the look-out, and you continually stretch the truth. On the other hand, it is certain that from one moment to the next – and precisely in connexion with this box or any other object – I may recapture this impression of the day before yesterday.”

The start of a good book. I am in a little shiver already : )

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