Today’s Quote

Karl Ove Knausgaard

From My Saga, Part 2, NYT Magazine, March 15, 2015

Translated by Ingvild Burkey from the Norwegian
Photo: Marita Algroy 

KnausgaardAlgroy“We drove west all evening. The murmuring heater, the even hum of the engine and the compact darkness outside had a hypnotic effect. It was as if we were no longer in this world, at least I felt that way, and I told Peter things I never told anyone. He sat without moving in  his seat as I talked. Normally, it took me years to trust people. Peter, I trusted after a few hours. I had no idea why, but I believed everything my intuition told me; no knowledge seemed more accurate.”

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