quinta-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2017

Memórias

Edgar Degas, Emma Dobigny (1869)
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«Bob was giving her question some thought. “I have accumulated large amounts of sensory data. This has altered my operating parameters.” He looked down on her. “These are my … memories.”
“Memories, huh?” She smiled. “Memories. You sound sort of… almost proud of them.”
He cocked his head. “They are mission log. They are performance data. They are…”
“You”, she finished for him. “They are you. They are what make you. That’s what my dada used to say. What makes us who we are is all the things we experience.” (…)»
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Alex Scarrow, Time Riders, The Eternal War, Puffin, 2011, 39.

2 comentários:

Paula Lima disse...

Boa tarde,
O retrato é lindissimo e certamente passível de se acumular nas boas memórias que temos.

Margarida Elias disse...

Paula - Gosto muito da obra de Degas. Quanto à questão das memórias, é algo que sempre me interessa. Boa tarde!