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Collective states are constitutionally incapable of reliably producing anything but corpses.


L. Neil Smith


#collective #constitutionally #corpses #incapable #producing

As a consequence of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, the officer corps of the old army became part of this class, as did that part of the younger generation who, in the old Germany, would have become officers or civil servants.


Gustav Stresemann


#became #become #civil #civil servants #class

Live fast, die young and have a good-looking corpse.


Daniel Taradash


#die #fast #good-looking #live #young

The Peace Corps is a sort of Howard Johnson's on the main drag into maturity.


Paul Theroux


#drag #howard #into #johnson #main

When I was in the Peace Corps I never made a phone call. I was in Central Africa; I didn't make a phone call for two years. I was in Uganda for another four years and I didn't make a phone call. So for six years I didn't make a phone call, but I wrote letters, I wrote short stories, I wrote books.


Paul Theroux


#another #books #call #central #corps

She made a ravishing corpse.


Ronald Firbank


#made #she

You and I are victims of the same disease. We're fighting the same war, just different battles in different theatres,and it's way too late for me to hate you for anything, because we're the same damn thing. My soul, your conscience,whatever's left of me woven into whatever's left of you, all tangled up and conjoined. We're in this together,corpse.


Isaac Marion


#corpses #hate #partnership #zombies #conscience

The exhilaration of battle was agreeable to him, but the sight of the dead, with their clay faces, blank eyes, and stiff bodies, which, when not unnaturally shrunken, were unnaturally swollen, had always intolerably affected him. He felt toward them a kind of reasonless antipathy which was something more than the physical and spiritual repugnance common to us all. Doubtless this feeling was due to his unusually acute sensibilities - his keen sense of the beautiful, which these hideous things outraged. Whatever may have been the cause, he could not look upon a dead body without a loathing which had in it an element of reselltment. What others have respected as the dignity of death had to him no existence - was altogether unthinkable. Death was a thing to be hated. It was not picturesque, it had no tender and solemn side - a dismal thing, hideous in all its manifestations and suggestions. Lieutenant Byring was a braver man than anybody knew, for nobody knew his horror of that which he was ever ready to encounter. ("A Tough Tussle")


Ambrose Bierce


#corpse #dead #death #fear #horror

Pedro of Portugal's rapt and bizarre declaration of love, in 1356, for the embalmed corpse of his murdered wife, Inez de Castro, who swayed beside him on his travels, leather-brown and skeletal, crowned with lace and gold circlet, hung about with chains of diamonds and pearls, her bone-fingers fantastically ringed.


A.S. Byatt


#ines-de-castro #love #pedro-of-portugal #possession #love

Your words smell of corpses.


Georg Buchner


#smell #words #your






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