The whole life we ​​have read would satisfy all my desire; I already knocked …

The whole life that was reading would satisfy all my desire; I knew when I was seven years old. The texture of the world is painful, inadequate; unalterable, or so seems to me. In fact, I think the whole life that was reading would be the best for me. Such life has not been granted to me. (Michel Houellebecq – Anything)

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