Emil Cioran

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When I changed my language, I annihilated my past. I changed my entire life. It is indeed becoming more and more difficult, even senseless, for me to write an official English. More and more my own language appears to me like a veil that must be torn apart in order to get at the things (or the Nothingness) behind it. Grammar and Style. To me they seem to have become as irrelevant as a Victorian bathing suit or the imperturbability of a true gentleman. A mask.feedback
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Jun 02 2017
We found 1 article in which Emil Cioran said something. The most recent Emil Cioran’s quote is: “When I changed my language, I annihilated my past. I changed my entire life. It is indeed becoming more and more difficult, even senseless, for me to write an official English. More and more my own language appears to me like a veil that must be torn apart in order to get at the things (or the Nothingness) behind it. Grammar and Style. To me they seem to have become as irrelevant as a Victorian bathing suit or the imperturbability of a true gentleman. A mask.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Emil Cioran 1 time. On this page, you will find all of Emil Cioran’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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