November 24, 2007

Literary Scenery IV

Follow-up to The elusive lotus from Lahari's

From David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas:

  • “The better the organized the state, the duller its humanity.”
  • ”... for though the humanity’s topsoil is fertile with talent, only one seed in ten thousand will ever flower – for want of discipline.”
  • “I said something about reading not being true knowledge, that true knowledge without xperience is food without sustenance.”

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