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Quote of the Day

“At any rate, I didn't ask to be an individual, but I find I am one, and by definition I occupy a space that no other book cover to Wallace Shawn's "Essays"individual occupies, or in other words, for what it's worth, I have my own point of view. I'm not proud to be me, I'm not excited to be me, but I find that I am me, and like most other individuals, I send out little signals, I tell everyone else how everything looks from where I am. I have more free time than a lot of individuals, so, instead of talking, I sometimes write.”

--Wallace Shawn, in the introduction to his book, “Essays”

Posted at 05:01 PM on Fri. Mar 25, 2011 in category Quote of the Day  
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