“It is an error to divide people into the living and the dead: there are people who
are dead-alive, and people who are alive-alive.
The dead-alive also write, walk, speak, act. But they make no mistakes;
only machines make no mistakes, and they produce only dead things.
The alive-alive are constantly in error, in search, in questions, in torment.”
“On Literature, Revolution, Entropy, and Other Matters”