Quote by Hugo Pratt
For me, my travels have been the chance to go to a place that already exists in my imagination.
This quote suggests that the act of traveling allows the individual to bring their imagined destinations to life. Rather than merely exploring unknown places, the traveler's experiences align with what they have previously envisioned. This could indicate that their imagination serves as a guide, shaping their expectations and desires while journeying to different locations. Ultimately, traveling becomes a means to fulfill dreams and immerse oneself in the realities of the places they have long envisioned.
The fact that there are so many weak, poor and boring stories and novels written and published in America has been ascribed by our rebels to the horrible squareness of our institutions, the idiocy of power, the debasement of sexual instincts, and the failure of writers to be alienated enough. The poems and novels of these same rebellious spirits, and their theoretical statements, are grimy and gritty and very boring too, besides being nonsensical, and it is evident by now that polymorphous sexuality and vehement declarations of alienation are not going to produce great works of art either.