Michel Houellebecq Quotes

Michel Houellebecq Quotes: I think she is going to find you too old... Yes that was it, the moment she said it I knew it was true, and the revelation caused me no surprise, it was like the echo of a dull, not unexpected shock. The age difference was the last taboo, the final limit, all the stronger for the fact that it remained the last and had replaced all the others. In the modern world you could be a swinger, bi, trans, zoo into S&M, but it was forbidden to be old.
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Michel Houellebecq Quote: The love of a dog is a pure thing. He gives you a trust which is total. You must not betray it.
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Quotes about Michel Houellebecq: it's true this world our breathing laboured inspires nothing more than obvious disgust a desire to flee without our share and no longer read the headlines we long to return to our ancestral home where our forebears once lived under an angel's wing we long to find that strange morality which sanctified life to the end we crave something like loyalty like the embrace of mild addictions something that transcends yet contains life we cannot live far from eternity
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Quote about Michel Houellebecq: I want to be loved despite my faults. It isn't exactly true that I'm a provocateur. A real provocateur is someone who says things he doesn't think, just to shock. I try to say what I think.
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Michel Houellebecq Sayings: When you read the Koran, you give up. At least the Bible is very beautiful because Jews have an extraordinary literary talent.
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Michel Houellebecq Saying: I'd say that the question whether love still exists plays the same role in my novels as the question of God's existence in Dostoevsky.
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Sayings about Michel Houellebecq: The terrible predicament of a beautiful girl is that only an experienced womanizer, someone cynical and without scruple, feels up to the challenge. More often than not, she will lose her virginity to some filthy lowlife in what proves to be the first step in an irrevocable decline.
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