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The patient says to his partner, to the analyst, what amounts to this: “I love you, but, because inexplicably I love in you something more than you—the objet petit a—I mutilate you.”

Jacques Lacan, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis (via heteroglossia)
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What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe?

Jacques Lacan (via larmoyante)

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But I was used to finding something deadly in things that attracted me; there was always something deadly lurking in anything I wanted, anything I loved. And if it wasn’t there…then I put it there myself.

John Knowles, A Separate Peace (via in-veritas)

Don, I’m perfect. I’m so beautiful I drive anybody with a nervous system out of their fucking mind. Once they’ve seen me they can’t think of anything else and don’t want to look at anything else and stop carrying out normal responsibilities and believe that if they can only have me right there with them at all times everything will be alright. Everything. Like I’m the solution to their deep slavering need to be jowl to cheek with perfection…I’m so beautiful that I’m deformed.

Joelle Van Dyne, speaking with Don Gately, live-in staffer at Ennet House, Infinite Jest (via 16-bit-troubles)

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"Is that right?"

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