sábado, 28 de novembro de 2009


"A few months before his death, Heiner Müller responded to the keywords "breathing" and "smoking" 
with an anecdote that interprets breathing as an indiscretion towards the dead. 
In his view, smoking is a means of practicing stoicism: 
"Whoever smokes looks cold-blooded" (Brecht) and "Whoever smokes becomes cold-blooded" (Müller)."







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