Walter Moers citáty

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Walter Moers

Datum narození: 24. květen 1957

Walter Moers je německý tvůrce komiksů.

Citáty Walter Moers


„" Je to, jako byste otevřeli dveře gigantického antikvariátu, jakoby se zvedla bouře čistě z knižního prachu a vála vám přímo do obličeje plesnivinu miliónů rozpadajících se foliantů."“ Město snících knih

„Reading is an intelligent way of not having to think.“ The City of Dreaming Books


„Stealing from one author is plagiarism; from many authors, research.“ The City of Dreaming Books

„Wednesdays were the best thing about Atlantis. The middle of the week was a traditional holiday there. Everyone stopped work and celebrated the fact that half the week was over.“ The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear

„Anyone can write. Some people can write a bit better than others; they're called authors. Then there are some who can write better than authors; they're called artists.“

„Es kommt nicht darauf an, wie eine Geschichte anfängt. Auch nicht darauf, wie sie aufhört. Sondern auf das, was dazwischen passiert.“ Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher

„Writers are there to write, not experience things. If you want to experience things, become a pirate or a Bookhunter. If you want to write, write. If you can't find the makings of a story inside yourself, you won't find them anywhere.“ The City of Dreaming Books

„Life is too precious to be left to chance“ The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear


„No one who writes a good book is really dead.“

„Ordinary folk prefer familiar tastes - they'd sooner eat the same things all the time - but a gourmet would sample a fried park bench just to know how it tastes.“

„On horseback you feel as if you're moving in time to classical music; a camel seems to progress to the beat of a drum played by a drunk.“ The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear

„I will quote one sentence from this text, namely, the one with which it ended. It was also the sentence which finally dissolved the writer’s block that had inhibited the author from starting work. I have since used it whenever I myself have been gripped by fear of the blank sheet in front of me. It is infallible, and its effect is always the same: the knot unravels and a stream of words gushes out on to the virgin paper. It acts like a magic spell and I sometimes fancy it really is one. But, even if it isn’t the work of a sorcerer, it is certainly the most brilliant sentence any writer has ever devised. It runs:“ The City of Dreaming Books


„Someone with an obsession for arranging things in alphabetical order was an abcedist, whereas someone with an obsession for arranging them in reverse alphabetical order was a zyxedist.“ The City of Dreaming Books

„Von den Sternen kommen wir, zu den Sternen gehen wir. Das Leben ist nur eine Reise in die Fremde.“ The City of Dreaming Books

„A bluebear has twenty-seven lives. I shall recount thirteen-and-a-half of them in this book but keep quiet about the rest. A bear must have his secrets, after all; they make him seem attractive and mysterious.“ The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear

„never trust a Troglotroll“

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