Friday, October 27, 2006

Thomas Bernhard on Friendship

"In the Herman pavilion, and finally in mortal fear, I became clearly aware how much the acquaintance with my friend Paul is worth to me, and that it is truly the most valuable of all my relationships with men, the only one I managed to endure for a long time, and one that I would not, at any cost, give up." -Thomas Bernhard, "Wittgenstein's Nephew"

1 Comments:

Blogger Sharon Mesmer said...

You are way cuter than than Bernhard dude, whoever the hell he is. He is the Rachel Ray of whatever he is the Rachel Ray of, and you are the Jimmy Dean of whatever Thomas Bernhard is the Rachel Ray of.

8:01 PM  

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