Quotations by Peter Bichsel
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Born: Sunday, March 24, 1935
I wanted to write a novel. At 12 I knew, I am a writer. I said it to nobody.
I was convinced that the world was in the departure and paging.
(Keywords: Departure, World)
It is strange, how quickly people want to obligate their poets, as it were, on the exile.
(Keywords: People, Poets, Want)
Literature is about as unnecessarily necessarily as tableware or ironed shirts.
Only that Swiss in the heart want still a king or at least a strong Upper House of Parliament. Swiss long themselves for less democracy and more dictatorship.
(Keywords: Heart, Democracy, Dictatorship, Parliament, Want)
That is a secondary teacher conception - the writer as an observer.
The problems of our country are very fast to recognize.
(Keywords: Country, Problems)
Why does one always ask a writer why they stopped? I am sure everyone finds in any drawer a few dear poems.
(Keywords: Poems, Writer)
Writers let themselves be enticed by the language.
(Keywords: Language, Writers)