Against the Day p. 250

“So”, the professor has gone on to explain, “if one acccepts the idea that maps begin as dreams, pass through a finite life in the world, and resume as dreams again, we may say that these paramorphoscopes of Icelandic spar, which cannot exist in great numbers if at all, reveal the architecture of dream, of all that escapes the net-work of ordinary latitude and longitude.” (ATD p. 250).

en,pynchon,quotations,reading matter | December 16, 2006 | 16:48 | comments (1) |

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  1. This would be a good quote to fall asleep to

    comment by F. | 9 January 2007 | 23:08 |

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