Simone de Beauvoir Quote

One had to listen very intently to catch the words that she laboured to breathe out; words whose mystery made them as disturbing as those of an oracle. Her memories, her desires, her anxieties were floating somewhere outside time, turned into unreal and poignant dreams by her childlike voice and the imminence of death.


A Very Easy Death (1966)

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One had to listen very intently to catch the words that she laboured to breathe out; words whose mystery made them as disturbing as those of an...

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One had to listen very intently to catch the words that she laboured to breathe out; words whose mystery made them as disturbing as those of an...

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One had to listen very intently to catch the words that she laboured to breathe out; words whose mystery made them as disturbing as those of an...

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One had to listen very intently to catch the words that she laboured to breathe out; words whose mystery made them as disturbing as those of an...