Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Bret Easton Ellis
- What does that mean know me, know me, nobody ever knows anybody else, ever! You will never know me.
- Our lives are not all interconnected. That theory is a crock. Some people truly do not need to be here.
- There’s no use in denying it: this has been a bad week. I’ve started drinking my own urine.
- Disappear Here. The syringe fills with blood. You’re a beautiful boy and that’s all that matters. Wonder if he’s for sale. People are afraid to merge. To merge.
- I laugh maniacally, then take a deep breath and touch my chest- expecting a heart to be thumping quickly, impatiently, but there’s nothing there, not even a beat.
- And it struck me then, that I liked Sean because he looked, well, slutty. A boy who had been around. A boy who couldn’t remember if he was Catholic or not.
- Why was I holding on to something that would never be mine? But isn’t that what people do?
- But this was what happened when you didn’t want to visit and confront the past: the past starts visiting and confronting you.
- I don’t want to care. If I care about things, it’ll just be worse, it’ll just be another thing to worry about. It’s less painful if I don’t care.
- I feel I’m moving toward as well as away from something, and anything is possible.
Bret Easton Ellis, born on March 7, 1964, is an American author and cultural commentator best known for his controversial and provocative novels. Raised in a wealthy family in Los Angeles, Ellis attended the Buckley School and later studied at Bennington College. His literary career took off with the publication of his debut novel, “Less Than Zero” (1985), which depicted the hedonistic lifestyles of affluent Los Angeles youth. Ellis continued to explore themes of excess, nihilism, and the dark side of contemporary society in subsequent works such as “American Psycho” (1991), a satirical and graphic portrayal of a Wall Street investment banker turned serial killer.
Known for his sharp and often satirical critique of modern culture, Ellis has courted controversy throughout his career. His writing style blends dark humor with social commentary, and he has been both praised and criticized for his unflinching portrayals of violence and moral decay. Beyond his novels, Ellis has been active in various media, including film and podcasting, further establishing himself as a prominent and divisive figure in contemporary American culture.
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