TOP 20 Michel Houellebecq Quotes

TOP 20 Michel Houellebecq Quotes.
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“Anything can happen in life, especially nothing.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:00)

“Those who love life do not read. Nor do they go to the movies, actually. No matter what might be said, access to the artistic universe is more or less entirely the preserve of those who are a little fed up with the world.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:07)

“Islam is a dangerous religion.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:14)

“I prefer reading to writing. Reading changes your world view. Writing changes absolutely nothing. Except, of course, when it makes you rich.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:21)

“The most stupid religion is Islam.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:28)

“The absence of the will to live is, alas, not sufficient to make one want to die.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:35)

“I don’t like this world. I definitely do not like it. The society in which I live disgusts me; advertising sickens me; computers make me puke.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:42)

“The triumph of vegetation is total.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:49)

“People are suspicious of single men on vacation, after they get to a certain age: they assume that they’re selfish, and probably a bit pervy. I can’t say they’re wrong.”
— Michel Houellebecq (00:56)

“In reality, the monotheist texts preach neither peace, love nor tolerance. They are texts of hate.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:03)

“Not having anything around to read is dangerous: you have to content yourself with life itself, and that can lead you to take risks.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:10)

“To increase desires to an unbearable level whilst making the fulfillment of them more and more inaccessible: this was the single principle upon which Western society was based.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:17)

“In order to pass the time I told him the story of the German who ate the other German whom he’d met on the internet.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:24)

“Adolescence is not only an important period in life, but that it is the only period where one may speak of life in the full sense of the word.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:31)

“As a teenager, Michel believed that suffering conferred dignity on a person. Now he had to admit that he had been wrong. What conferred dignity on people was television.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:38)

“When you read the Koran, you give up. At least the Bible is very beautiful because Jews have an extraordinary literary talent.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:45)

“Life is painful and disappointing. It is useless, therefore, to write new realistic novels. We generally know where we stand in relation to reality and don’t care to know any more.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:52)

“I want to be loved despite my faults. It isn’t exactly true that I’m a provocateur. A real provocateur is someone who says things he doesn’t think, just to shock. I try to say what I think.”
— Michel Houellebecq (01:59)

“Father died last year. I don’t subscribe to the theory by which we only become truly adult when our parents die; we never become truly adult.”
— Michel Houellebecq (02:06)

“It’s a curious idea to reproduce when you don’t even like life.”
— Michel Houellebecq (02:13)

Music credit: Easy Day – Kevin MacLeod


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