„“I really did suffer a lot,” she said, “and for a lot longer than I even care to remember. I was sure I’d never find anything to take the place of ballet, and it took all my energy just to get through each day. My parents and my friends all said that time alone would heal the wound, and I guess I knew it was true, but I wished I could hibernate or something, and let time go by without having to suffer through it. But of course the clock just kept slowly ticking away. Tick, tick, tick“

—  Ryū Murakami, buch Audition, Audition (1997), like it was chipping away at at me, at my life.“ Chapter Five, Yoshikawa Asami
Ryū Murakami Foto
Ryū Murakami
japanischer Autor 1952

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