tip Nennen Sie einen guten Satz aus einer Ihrer Erzählungen.
Ben Haggarty „Fionn MacCumhaill was walking west. On his back he carried a pack … and in that pack were his mother’s bones.“ (Über Fionn MacCumhaill, den irischen Krieger. Die letzten 15 Minuten einer dreistündigen Performance).
tip Was ist das Schönste, das Sie jemals gelesen haben?
Haggarty „ I am dead because I lack desire;
I lack desire because I think I possess;
I think I possess because I do not try to give.
In trying to give, you see that you have nothing;
Seeing that you have nothing, you try to give of yourself;
Trying to give of yourself, you see that you are nothing;
Seeing you are nothing, you desire to become;
In desiring to become, you begin to live.“
(Renй Daumal, 1944, kurz vor seinem Tod)
tip Diesen neuen Satz schenken Sie uns.
Haggarty „The baby lay there in the hollow of the tree, her mouth open, allowing flies and
beetles to creep in until her mouth was full. Then she would swallow … and in this way she lived and grew.“