10+ quotes from Evil and the Mask by Fuminori Nakamura

Quotes from Evil and the Mask

Fuminori Nakamura ·  356 pages

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“Don't you think people make their own choices in life?'

'They do, but in many cases their choices are limited--unless they break the rules.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“I suppose you could present my life as a happy tale if you ended it in the right place.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“You could say that everything had become weirdly distorted because I'd broken the rules so many times.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“We're attacking all accepted values. Authority, class differences, shared perceptions. We don't care what happens to our social structure -- revolutions are for suckers. Our target is people's collective consciousness. It's like throwing a cream pie in their face.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“THE FUZZY GREEN light gradually resolved itself into trees, and a narrow street of damp terra-cotta bricks stretched lazily into the distance.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“When human consciousness stops fooling itself and looks at the situation straight on, it can't cope.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“Number two becoming number one, that's how life goes. Always demanding the best, that's a strange way of living.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“Our job involves looking at things that people usually can't see.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“When people believe they have a good cause, the violence within them bursts forth unrestrained, as if their good angel has given permission for it to escape.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

“Deep down, people who deliberately distribute other people’s music and stuff feel contempt for professionals. And it’s not just culture — these days lots of people are contemptuous of everything. Without realizing it, they’re searching for things to despise.”
― Fuminori Nakamura, quote from Evil and the Mask

About the author

Fuminori Nakamura
Born place: in Tokai, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Born date September 2, 1977
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