Cortazar Love Famous Quotes & Sayings

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11 Cortazar Love Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: All I have to do is to look at you to know that with you, All I have to do is to look at you to know that with you, I am going to soak my soul — Julio Cortazar
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Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: Come sleep with me: We won't make Love,Love will make us. Come sleep with me: We won't make Love,Love will make us. — Julio Cortazar
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Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: La Maga did not know that my kisses were like eyes which began to open La Maga did not know that my kisses were like eyes which began to open up beyond her, and that I went along outside as if I saw a different concept of the world, the dizzy pilot of a black prow which cut the water of time and negated it. — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: That's how it is, Rocamadour: in Paris we're like fungus, we grow on the railings That's how it is, Rocamadour: in Paris we're like fungus, we grow on the railings of staircases, in dark rooms with greasy smells, where people make love all the time and then fry some eggs and put on Vivaldi records, light cigarettes ... and outside there are all sorts of things, the windows open onto the air and it all begins with a sparrow or a gutter, it rains a lot here, rocamadour, much more than in the country, and things get rusty ... we don't have many clothes, we get along with so few, a good overcoat, some shoes to keep the rain out, we're very dirty, everybody is dirty and good-looking in Paris, Rocamadour, the beds smell of night and deep sleep, dust and books underneath. — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: As if you could pick in love, as if it were not a lightning bolt As if you could pick in love, as if it were not a lightning bolt that splits your bones and leaves you staked out in the middle of the courtyard. ( ... ) You don't pick out the rain that soaks you to the skin when you come out of a concert. — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: Everything can be killed except nostalgia for the kingdom, we carry it in the color Everything can be killed except nostalgia for the kingdom, we carry it in the color of our eyes, in every love affair, in everything that deeply torments and unties and tricks. — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: I love you because you are not mine, because you are from the other side, I love you because you are not mine, because you are from the other side, from there where you invite me to jump and I cannot make the jump, because in the deepest moment of possession you are not in me, I cannot reach you, I cannot get beyond your body ... — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: Thus they went along, Punch and Judy, attracting each other and repelling, as love must Thus they went along, Punch and Judy, attracting each other and repelling, as love must do if it is not to end up as calendar art or a pop tune. — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: The best literature is always a take [in the musical sense]; there is an implicit The best literature is always a take [in the musical sense]; there is an implicit risk in its execution, a margin of danger that is the pleasure of the flight, of the love, carrying with it a tangible loss but also a total engagement that, on another level, lends the theater its unparalleled imperfection faced with the perfection of film.
I don't want to write anything but takes. — Julio Cortazar
Cortazar Love Sayings By Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu: I love the three-act theory. It works and works beautifully. But you don't necessarily have I love the three-act theory. It works and works beautifully. But you don't necessarily have to structure a story that way: Cortazar and Borges wrote in different structural styles. — Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Cortazar Love Sayings By Julio Cortazar: What most people call loving consists of picking out a woman and marrying her. They What most people call loving consists of picking out a woman and marrying her. They pick her out, I swear, I've seen them. As if you could pick in love, as if it were not a lightning bolt that splits your bones and leaves you staked out in the middle of the courtyard. They probably say that they pick her out because-they-love-her, I think it's just the siteoppo. Beatrice wasn't picked out, Juliet wasn't picked out. You don't pick out the rain that soaks you to a skin when you come out of a concert. — Julio Cortazar