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Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Kobo Abe

Who could imagine that one could be so ridiculed, so humiliated by oneself? — Kobo Abe

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Sergei Dovlatov

I looked at the empty suitcase. On the bottom was Karl Marx. On the lid was Brodsky. And between them, my lost, precious, only life. — Sergei Dovlatov

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Rodney Dangerfield

My golf game is getting real good. Last week, I got through the windmill. — Rodney Dangerfield

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Frank B. Salisbury

If life really depends on each gene being as unique as it appears to be, then it is too unique to come into being by chance mutations. — Frank B. Salisbury

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Louise Gluck

It had occurred to me that all human beings are divided into those who wish to move forward and those who wish to go back. Or you could say, those who wish to keep moving and those who want to be stopped in their tracks as by the blazing sword. — Louise Gluck

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Northern Empress

The novel also focuses on abandoned babies, child abuse, bizarre murders, relationships, pet abuse, policemen, physicians and so many more. Knowing what I know, I believe the only thing that truly shines in Dubai is the sun. — Northern Empress

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Sharron Angle

You can make more money on unemployment than you can going down and getting one of those jobs that is an honest job, but it doesn't pay as much. And so, that's what's happened to us is that we have put in so much entitlement into our government, that we really have spoiled our citizenry and said you don't want the jobs that are available. — Sharron Angle

Aristotle Poetics Catharsis Quotes By Nick Flynn

My friend asked me if it had been cathartic, to write my memoir. I looked down at the sculptures - it was cathartic for me to look at them, but I could imagine it might have been hell to make them (I was cheered / when I came first to know / that there were flowers also / in hell). No, I answered - how was it for you to read it? Aristotle, in his Poetics, never promised catharsis for the makers of art, only for the audience. — Nick Flynn