Frases de Horace McCoy
Fecha de nacimiento:14. Abril 1897
Fecha de muerte:15. Diciembre 1955
Horace McCoy fue un escritor estadounidense de novelas hard-boiled situadas en el periodo de la Gran Depresión. Su novela más conocida es They Shoot Horses, Don't They? , que dio origen a una película del mismo título .
Frases Horace McCoy
„It's peculiar to me,' she said, 'that everybody pays so much attention to living and so little to dying. Why are these high-powered scientists always screwing around trying to prolong life instead of finding pleasant ways to end it? There must be a hell of a lot of people in the world like me--who want to die but haven't got the guts.“
„there is no new experience in life. something may happen to you that you think has never happened before, that you think is brand new, but you are mistaken. you have only to see or smell or hear or feel a certain something and you will discover that this experience you thought was new has happened before.“
— Horace McCoy
They Shoot Horses, Don't They?