„She says people ought to learn to live like them, with the body abandoned in a wilderness, and in the mind the memory of a single kiss, a single word, a single look to stand for a whole love.“

—  Marguerite Duras, kniha Blue Eyes, Black Hair

Zdroj: Blue Eyes, Black Hair

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