„…and it is poorer the deeper they go ... ruinous secret cities of poor, places whose names he has never heard... The walls break down, the roofs get fewer and so do the chances for light. The road, which ought to be opening out into a broader highway, instead has been getting narrower, more broken, cornering tighter and tighter until all at once, much too soon, they are under the final arch: brakes grab and spring terribly. It is a judgment from which there is no appeal.“

Thomas Pynchon, „Gravity's Rainbow“, page 3.

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