One last word are you quite quite ure that - well not tomorrow of course and not after tomorrow but - well - some day any day you will not come to live with me I will create a brand new God and thank him with piercing cries if you give me that microscopic hope.
More Quotes from Vladimir Nabokov:The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.
I cannot disobey something which I do not know and the reality of which I have the right to deny.
Imagine me; I shall not exist if you do not imagine me; try to discern the doe in me, trembling in the forest of my own iniquity; let's even smile a little. After all, there is no harm in smiling.
Here lies the sense of literary creation to portray ordinary objects as they will be reflected in kindly mirrors of future times. . . . To find in objects around us the fragrant tenderness that only posterity will discern . . .
She was like Marat only with nobody to kill her.
We live not only in a world of thoughts, but also in a world of things. Words without experience are meaningless.
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