terça-feira, 17 de junho de 2014


Morris Graves, Waking, Walking, Singing, in the Next Dimension? (1979, Schmidt Bingham Gallery)
«Eh? What's that? Yes, of course you'll get back to Narnia again some day. Once a King in Narnia, always a King in Narnia. But don't go trying to use the same route twice. Indeed, don't try to get there at all. It'll happen when you're not looking for it. And don't talk too much about it even among yourselves. And don't mention it to anyone else unless you find that they've had adventures of the same sort themselves. What's that? How will you know? Oh, you'll know all right. Odd things they say — even their looks — will let the secret out. Keep your eyes open. (...)»
C. S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950).
«Around eleven o’clock on Monday morning, I phone Dell Computers to query an invoice, but the accounts department is engaged, so I get put through instead to the development section of the first movement of the New World Symphony. The music I intrude on is intense and self-absorbed. I am like a child in a children’s book who has stumbled through a gap in reality and fallen headlong into another world. (…)»
Nicolas Spice, The London Review of Books, in P. du Gay, S. Hall, L. Janes, H. Mackay, e K. Negus (1997), Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Sage Publications - Open University, pp. 19-20.

2 comentários:

ana disse...

Belíssimo registo.
Beijinho. :))

Margarida Elias disse...

Obrigada, Ana! Boa noite! :)