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Today's quotation

  • Our era has seen the birth of an ephemeral creature unknown to earlier centuries: the man coming out of the movie theater. The film he saw has given him everything. He is no longer the man who thinks only of himself. He is reconciled with others. He seems to have a great destiny before him. But he dies in ten minutes or so. The street is full of people who have not just come out of the movies. With their scowling looks, their indifference, their sly way of behaving, they encircle him, drowning him in their throng.

      --Turkish author Yusuf Atilgan (1921-1989) in his book Aylak Adam (1959)

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