You can never use the infinitives and participles oddly enough

Did I ever tell you how much I like Anne Carson? Have a look at this:

 

I hate traveling … you don’t think until you stumble on something, traveling makes you stumble all the time. Its spooky. Stumbling is good for writing …

Anne  Carson  (2001)

 

Quad (1981)  a television play by Samuel Beckett

I love Beckett … especially his face  

– Anne  Carson  (2001)

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Sigrun, I love it! Micheline

  2. Kim says:

    wonderful! I love that she’s very down to earth. “I’d love to say something profound like ‘life is like a road’ but I don’t believe in any of that.” people laugh (I did too), but she’s rather serious isn’t she?

    thank you for sharing!

    1. Sigrun says:

      I see her as serious in a playful way – or the other way around …

      1. Kim says:

        yes. that’s a nice (and better) potrayal.

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