Galatea 2.2 Quotes

Richard Powers
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"I was just then finishing a fourth book, a reaction against cool reason. This new book was fast becoming a bleak, baroque fairy tale about wandering and disappearing children." (p. 5)

"The world could not get this brittle, this severe and huge and silent without its announcing something." (p. 33)

"She wrote about waking up to the stink of slaughtered animals from the stockyards mixed with the heavy scent of chocolate from the neighborhood factory." (p. 49)

"Every sentence, every word I'd ever stored had changed the physical structure of my brain. Even reading this article deformed the cell map of the mind the piece described, the map that took the piece in." (p. 56)

"Implementation A had sat paralyzed, a hoary, infantile widow in a house packed with undiscardable mementos, no more room to turn around. Overassociating, overextending, creating infinitesimal, worthless categories inc which everything belonged always and only to itself." (p...

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