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Do not go gentle into that good night

Ray Hassett. Ann Queensberry. Bill Dean. John Mulcahy. Just as we take a train to get to Tarascon or Rouen, we take death to reach a star.

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We cannot get to a star while we are alive any more than we can take the train when we are dead. So to me it seems possible that cholera, tuberculosis and cancer are the celestial means of locomotion.

Just as steamboats, buses and railways are the terrestrial means. To die quietly of old age would be to go there on foot.

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That is a lovely thing to read, and a relief to find I will probably take the celestial locomotive. Or, as his little dog, Milou, says whenever Tintin proposes a journey, "Not by foot, I hope! Post a Comment. Posted by tosca at Read more. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Search This Blog. About News and views for booklovers By Karen, Central City Library, and a rotating cast of fellow library bibliophiles.

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