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Marguerite Duras
(1914-1996) born on
Apr 04
French novelist, playwright. She is internationally known for her screenplays of "Hiroshima mon amour," 1959 and "India Song," 1975 and her novel novel "L'Amant," 1984.
The woman is the home. That's where she used to be, and that's where she still is. You might ask me, What if a man tries to be part of the home -- will the woman let him? I answer yes. Because then he becomes one of the children.

You have to be very fond of men. Very, very fond. You have to be very fond of them to love them. Otherwise they're simply unbearable.
Men like women who write. Even though they don't say so. A writer is a foreign country.
Paradoxically, the freedom of Paris is associated with a persistent belief that nothing ever changes. Paris, they say, is the city that changes least. After an absence of twenty or thirty years, one still recognizes it.
The thing that's between us is fascination, and the fascination resides in our being alike. Whether you're a man or a woman, the fascination resides in finding out that we're alike.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "Practicalities," "House and Home," 1987.
R: "Practicalities," "Men," 1987.
A: "Practicalities," "The M.D. Uniform," 1987.
N: "Tourists in Paris," in "France-Observateur" (Paris), 1957; repr. in "Outside: Selected Writings," 1984.
K: "Practicalities," "Men," 1987.

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