„Security in a relationship lies neither in looking back to what it was in nostalgia, nor forward to what it might be in dread or anticipation, but living in the present relationship and accepting it as it is now.“

—  Anne Morrow Lindbergh, livro Gift from the Sea

Fonte: Gift from the Sea

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História

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„I think that the soul of fantasy—or second-world fantasy at least—is our problematic relationship with nostalgia.“

—  Daniel Abraham speculative fiction writer from the United States 1969

Contexto: I don't find fantasy to be more or less suited to philosophical questions than any other genre, really. I think that the soul of fantasy—or second-world fantasy at least—is our problematic relationship with nostalgia. The impulse to return to a golden age seems to be pretty close to the bone, at least in western cultures, and I wouldn't be at all surprised if it's a human universal. For me, it's tied up with the experience of aging and the impulse to recapture youth. Epic fantasy, I think, takes its power from that. We create golden eras and either celebrate them or—more often—mourn their loss.

Interview with Peter Orullian http://orullian.com/writing/danielabraham_interview.html

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„When the real is no longer what it was, nostalgia assumes its full meaning.“

—  Jean Baudrillard French sociologist and philosopher 1929 - 2007

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„Sharp nostalgia, infinite
And terrible, for what I already possess!“

—  Juan Ramón Jimenéz Spanish poet 1881 - 1958

Nostalgia aguda, infinita,
terrible, de lo que tengo.
"South", in Poesía, en verso, 1917–1923 (1923), p. 97.

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„I'm not pining for nostalgia back in the '50s and '60s, that isn't it. But that sensibility about how we were grounded here is so important. For instance, another American that was born in Waterloo was John Wayne. We were a very patriotic "yay rah rah America" city and nation and I think that's what America's looking for again.“

—  Michele Bachmann American politician 1956

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„Once a thing's been done it's been done, so while this nostalgia — I mean for the '60s and '70s, you know, looking backwards for inspiration, copying the past — how's that rock 'n' roll? Do something of your own. Start something new, you know? Live your lives now. Know what I mean?“

—  John Lennon English singer and songwriter 1940 - 1980

BBC interview, used in a Citroën ad, as quoted in "John Lennon Appearance In Car Ad Stirs Controversy" by Monica Herrera in Billboard (4 March 2010) http://www.billboard.com/column-viralvideos/john-lennon-appearance-in-car-ad-stirs-controversy-1004072693.story#/column-viralvideos/john-lennon-appearance-in-car-ad-stirs-controversy-1004072693.story. Though there has been no official dispute that he made this statement, a YouTube video has claimed that the audio used in the advertisement is not original http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipyUk5-wlFg.
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„p>When I was small,
Nostalgia was a tiny postage stamp,
I, on this side,
My mother, on the other.Later on,
Nostalgia was a low tomb,
I, outside.
My mother, inside.And now,
Nostalgia is the coastline, a shallow strait.
I, on this side,
The mainland, on the other.“

—  Yu Kwang-chung Taiwanese poet 1928 - 2017

"Nostalgia" (《乡愁》, "Xiangchou"), in The Isle Full of Noises: Modern Chinese Poetry from Taiwan, ed. and trans. Dominic Cheung (New York: Columbia University Press, 1987), p. 51
Original: (zh) 小时候,乡愁是一枚小小的邮票,我在这头,母亲在那头。
长大后,乡愁是一张窄窄的船票, 我在这头,新娘在那头。
后来啊,乡愁是一方矮矮的坟墓,我在外头,母亲在里头。
而现在,乡愁是一湾浅浅的海峡,我在这头,大陆在那头。

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