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Кнут Гамсун

Дата рождения: 4. Август 1859
Дата смерти: 19. Февраль 1952
Другие имена: Knud Peterson Hamsun

Кнут Га́мсун — норвежский писатель, лауреат Нобелевской премии по литературе за 1920 год.

„Что у тебя с глазами? Они совсем красные. Ты плакал?“

„... I will exile my thoughts if they think of you again, and I will rip my lips out if they say your name once more. Now if you do exist, I will tell you my final word in life or in death, I tell you goodbye.“ Hunger

„I love three things," I then say. "I love a dream of love I once had, I love you, and I love this patch of earth."

"And which do you love best?"

"The dream.“
Pan: From Lieutenant Thomas Glahn's Papers

„I suffered no pain, my hunger had taken the edge off; instead I felt pleasantly empty, untouched by everything around me and happy to be unseen by all. I put my legs up on the bench and leaned back, the best way to feel the true well-being of seclusion. There wasn't a cloud in my mind, nor did I feel any discomfort, and I hadn't a single unfulfilled desire or craving as far as my thought could reach. I lay with open eyes in a state of utter absence from myself and felt deliciously out of it.“ Hunger

„Truth is neither ojectivity nor the balanced view; truth is a selfless subjectivity.“ Hunger

„Do not forget, some give little, and it is much for them, others give all, and it costs them no effort; who then has given most?“ Pan: From Lieutenant Thomas Glahn's Papers

„The intelligent poor individual was a much finer observer than the intelligent rich one. The poor individual looks around him at every step, listens suspiciously to every word he hears from the people he meets; thus, every step he takes presents a problem, a task, for his thoughts and feelings. He is alert and sensitive, he is experienced, his soul has been burned...“ Hunger

„But things worked out. Everything works out. Though sometimes they work out sideways.“ Ringen sluttet

„An increasing number of people who lead mental lives of great intensity, people who are sensitive by nature, notice the steadily more frequent appearance in them of mental states of great strangeness... a wordless and irrational feeling of ecstasy; or a breath of psychic pain; a sense of being spoken to from afar, from the sky or the sea; an agonizingly developed sense of hearing which can cause one to wince at the murmuring of unseen atoms; an irrational staring into the heart of some closed kingdom suddenly and briefly revealed.“

„Keep it, keep it!" I answered. "You are very welcome to it! It is only a couple of small things, doesn't amount to anything—about everything I own in the world.“ Hunger

„Love is every bit as violent and dangerous as murder.“

„But what really matters is not what you believe but the faith and conviction with which you believe…“ Mysteries

„The other one he loved like a slave, like a madman and like a beggar. Why? Ask the dust on the road and the falling leaves, ask the mysterious God of life; for no one knows such things. She gave him nothing, no nothing did she give him and yet he thanked her. She said: Give me your peace and your reason! And he was only sorry she did not ask for his life.“ Pan: From Lieutenant Thomas Glahn's Papers

„The poet must always, in every instance, have the vibrant word... that by it's trenchancy can so wound my soul that it whimpers.... One must know and recognize not merely the direct but the secret power of the word; one must be able to give one's writing unexpected effects. It must have a hectic, anguished vehemence, so that it rushes past like a gust of air, and it must have a latent, roistering tenderness so that it creeps and steals one's mind; it must be able to ring out like a sea-shanty in a tremendous hour, in the time of the tempest, and it must be able to sigh like one who, in tearful mood, sobs in his inmost heart.“

„And the great spirit of darkness spread a shroud over me... everything was silent-everything. But upon the heights soughed the everlasting song, the voice of the air, the distant, toneless humming which is never silent.“ Hunger

„I can't even make up a rhyme about an umbrella, let alone death and life and eternal peace.“ Mysteries

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