„A man is a phoenix, who must be reborn from his own ashes, for there is no other like him in the universe. If the wind stirs the ashes into a clumsy parody, then the phoenix is dead forever. Nothing we know of can bring you back.“

—  Algis Budrys, livro Rogue Moon

Fonte: Rogue Moon (1960), Chapter 3, Section 5 (p. 71)

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