Aphorisms by Dean Anthony Granitsas

Posted on June 9, 2013
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Dean Anthony Granitsas, an undergrad from Ohio, writes what he calls “lessays, a truncated or diminutive essay.” This smattering of aphorisms comes from a collection called That: Aphorisms and Lessays.

 

Absurdity is hell’s miracle.

 

A good philosopher should study everything but philosophy.

 

Once you have resigned yourself to your sentence, the guard always unlocks the door.

 

Either no hope or a lot of hope; a little hope is the worst.

 

The bottom feeder also inhabits the depths.

 

There is no joy in simple things because there are no simple things.

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