Quote from Michel Houellebecq

I’ve lived so little that I tend to imagine...



Take Michel Houellebecq's quote in your social network

I’ve lived so little that I tend to imagine I’m not going to die; it seems improbable that human existence can be reduced to so little; one imagines, in spite of oneself, that sooner or later something is bound to happen. A big mistake. A life can just as well be both empty and short. The days slip by indifferently, leaving neither trace nor memory; and then all of a sudden they stop. At times, too, I’ve had the impression that I’d manage to feel quite at home in a life of vacuity. That

Michel Houellebecq
Michel Houellebecq in "Whatever"

Get full version of book

This quote is from Michel Houellebecq's book "Whatever". Want to read this book? Download "Whatever" on your computer, Android or iPhone in any format of electronic books!

May need signup required to download or reading online book. The following e-book formats are available for download: EPUB, PDF, FB2, FB3 and (perhaps) MOBI.

Would you like more quotes from this author? Read all quotes from Michel Houellebecq on our website.