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Max Frisch
(1911-1991) born on
May 15
Swiss dramatist, author. He was considered the dean of German-language literature; his plays "The Firebugs" and "Andorra" became standard theater repertory in 37 languages.
When you say a friend has a sense of humor do you mean that he makes you laugh, or that he can make you laugh?

He cannot bear old men's jokes. That is not new. But now he begins to think of them himself.
It's precisely the disappointing stories, which have no proper ending and therefore no proper meaning, that sound true to life.
Technology. . . the knack of so arranging the world that we don't have to experience it.
The difference between an author and a horse is that the horse doesn't understand the horse dealer's language.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "Sketchbook 1966-71."
R: "Sketchbook 1966-71."
A: Stiller, in I'm Not Stiller, "First Notebook" (1954; tr. 1958).
N: Hanna, in Homo Faber, "Second Stop" (1957; tr. 1959).
K: Quoted by Siegfried Unseld "The Author and His Publisher," University of Chicago 80

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