“You have to be willing to let your soul die to enter the areas of darkness necessary to pull the large fish swimming in the ocean of the political unconscious.”
Scenes that make you wonder how the hell this book got so popular.
You are not doing the world any favors by sitting and telling its artists how they can and cannot create.
“Even if we may not be immortal in the end, we should nonetheless live as if we deserve to be.”
“I love you also means I love you more than anyone loves you…”
The heroes who died fighting in the battle of Hogwarts weren’t even remembered. Except for Snape, other fighters like Lupin, Tonks, “Mad-Eye” Moody, and Dobby – who gave their life for Harry – weren’t even talked about. Fred was mentioned just once, and it did no justice to his sacrifice.
If he says his favorite book is Lolita you need to GTFO.
Yes, children’s books are for entertainment purpose. Maybe, for the younger children, these books are made for them as some nice, soft cereals for children before they “chew” harder books. But, sometimes people forget how books that could change their perspective in life could come from anywhere.
Hermoine Granger is actually based on Rowling’s 11-year-old self. Precious.
“He stepped down, trying not to look long at her, as if she were the sun, yet he saw her, like the sun, even without looking.” — Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina