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Soseki Natsume

  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    Kantaro was, it happens, a mollycoddle. Nevertheless he had the temerity to come over the fence to our yard and steal my chestnuts.
  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    I saw him off at the Shimbashi Station, and have not set my eyes on him ever since
  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    I decided to take in a little of the town, and started walking about following my nose.
  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    as crooked as a dog's hind legs
  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    Blunders in the class room once in a while caused me chagrin
  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    Blunders in the class room once in a while caused me chagrin, but in about half an hour everything would clear out of my head.
  • Llinahas quoted2 years ago
    A joke carried too far
  • Nikolai C.has quoted3 months ago
    His curt and cold ways were not designed to express his dislike of me, but they were meant rather as a warning to me that I would not want him as a friend. It was because he despised himself that he refused to accept openheartedly the intimacy of others. I feel great pity for him
  • Nikolai C.has quoted3 months ago
    “Why is it, Sensei, that you are not as interested in books as you once were?”

    “There is no particular reason . . . Well, perhaps it is because I have decided that no matter how many books I may read, I shall never be a very much better man than I am now. And . . .”

    “And?”

    “This is not very important, but to tell you the truth, I used to consider it a disgrace to be found ignorant by other people. But now, I find that I am not ashamed of knowing less than others, and I am less inclined to force myself to read books. In short, I have grown old and decrepit.”
  • paperrcuthas quoted6 months ago
    he feeling angry or lighthearted, or simply seeking solace in the scribblings of some dead philosopher?
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