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Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Fear ringed by doubt is my eternal moon."

Fear ringed by doubt is my eternal moon.




Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "How, unless you drink as I do, could you hope to understand the beauty of an old Indian woman playing dominoes with a chicken?"

How, unless you drink as I do, could you hope to understand the beauty of an old Indian woman playing dominoes with a chicken?




Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "What is man but a little soul holding up a corpse?"

What is man but a little soul holding up a corpse?



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "For a time they confronted each other like two mute unspeaking forts."

For a time they confronted each other like two mute unspeaking forts.




Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Good God, if our civilization were to sober up for a couple of days it'd die of remorse on the third."

Good God, if our civilization were to sober up for a couple of days it'd die of remorse on the third.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Never think that by releasing me you will be free. You would only condemn us to an ultimate hell on earth. You would only free something else to destroy us both."

Never think that by releasing me you will be free. You would only condemn us to an ultimate hell on earth. You would only free something else to destroy us both.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Only against death does man cry out in vain."

Only against death does man cry out in vain.




Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "I like prefaces. I read them. Sometimes I do not read any further."

I like prefaces. I read them. Sometimes I do not read any further.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "In the war to come correspondents would assume unheard of importance, plunging through flame to feed the public its little gobbets of dehydrated excrement."

In the war to come correspondents would assume unheard of importance, plunging through flame to feed the public its little gobbets of dehydrated excrement.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Perhaps his tragedy is that he is the one normal writer left on earth and it is this that adds to his isolation and so to his sense of guilt."

Perhaps his tragedy is that he is the one normal writer left on earth and it is this that adds to his isolation and so to his sense of guilt.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "How shall the murdered man convince his assassin he will not haunt him."

How shall the murdered man convince his assassin he will not haunt him.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Far above him a few white clouds were racing windily after a pale gibbous moon. Drink all morning, they said to him, drink all day. This is life!"

Far above him a few white clouds were racing windily after a pale gibbous moon. Drink all morning, they said to him, drink all day. This is life!




Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Now you see what kind of creatures we are, Hugh. Eating things alive. That's what we do. How can you have much respect for mankind, or any belief in the social struggle?"

Now you see what kind of creatures we are, Hugh. Eating things alive. That's what we do. How can you have much respect for mankind, or any belief in the social struggle?



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "I have resisted temptation for two and a half minutes at least: my redemption is sure."

I have resisted temptation for two and a half minutes at least: my redemption is sure.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Can't you see there's a determinism about the fate of nations? They all seem to get what they deserve in the long run."

Can't you see there's a determinism about the fate of nations? They all seem to get what they deserve in the long run.



Malcolm Lowry Quotes: "Perhaps his tragedy is that he is the only normal writer left on earth -- and it is this that adds to his isolation and so too his so sense of guilt."

Perhaps his tragedy is that he is the only normal writer left on earth -- and it is this that adds to his isolation and so too his so sense of guilt.