Books were always important. I have to thank my father, he filled my life with books. He didn't write but he always read. He was a merchant, he filled the store with cigarette smoke and his friends, all talking about books and politics. It was bad for business. He dealt in women's clothing.

— Rawi Hage

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There is nothing like the cure of fresh air for cases of bladder infection, paranoia, and Cartesian thinking.

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Never underestimate a clown with a book.

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I don't judge those who can't dream, those who need to pierce their arms to create different worlds under their skin, because I am fortunate in the tools of my escapes

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I say, doctors are the profiteers of death and unclaimed cadavers that were once inhabited by homeless and wondering poets!

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