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|Alvarez is with Cesare Pavese: "No one ever lacks a good reason for suicide." |
Then why bother with The Savage God? Because a writer of Alvarez's style and
mind is a joy, even on horror. Because Alvarez's story of poet Sylvia Plath's
|A suicide kills two people ... that's what it's for. Arthur Miller No one ever lacks a |
good reason for suicide. Cesare Pavese The thought of suicide is a great comfort;
it helps one through many a bad night. Friedrich Nietzsche No matter how much ...
|I thought about my father, his death (my intoxicated conjectures led me to the |
decisive conclusion that there was no accident in it) and what ... But I did not
mean what Albert Camus had meant, that no one ever lacks a good reason for
|whatever you will, even a man, only no longer make me C. C. LICHTENBERC (|
1742-991. German ... 23 Death hath had a thousand doors to let out lite, I shall
find one . . . From a ... 30 No one ever lacks a good reason for suicide. CESARE ...
|3 However great a man's fear of life, suicide remains the courageous act, the |
clear-headed act of a mathematician. The suicide has judged by the laws of ... 7
No one ever lacks a good reason for suicide. CESARE PAVESE, (1908-1950)
|FROM TIME TO TIME magazines print articles with titles like “Are You the Suicide |
Type?” They offer statistics on who is ... “No one ever lacks a good reason for
suicide,” observed the Italian author Cesare Pavese. But Peter Newell's reasons
|No one ever lacks a good reason for suicide. CESARE PAVESE Suicide is still |
suspect but in the last eighty odd years a change of tone has taken place: odium,
like patriotism, is no longer enough. The suicide prejudice continues but the ...
|I had a good, loving, and beloved wife, fine children, and a large estate that was |
growing and expanding without any effort on ... In citing Italian writer Cesare
Pavese—who once wrote that “no one ever lacks a good reason for suicide” and
|Durkheim's categories seem almost too grandiose to take account of her suicide (|
how we all would like our deaths to ... Pavese almost certainly provided the best
text by observing drily enough that “no one ever lacks a good reason for suicide.