Whoever utters 'Kafkaesque' has neither fathomed nor intuited nor felt the impress of Kafka's devisings. If there is one imperative that ought to accompany any biographical or critical approach, it is that Kafka is not to be mistaken for the Kafkaesque.
I felt very comfortable moving from aerospace to automobiles.
I never felt like an Amanda.
Felt is not the easiest thing to animate. It's very flimsy.
I always felt that anorexia was the form of breakdown most readily available to adolescent girls.
I felt most proud on the success of the Apollo mission.
As a young aspiring journalist, I felt I was put into a box.
I always felt that if I was going to do a movie, I wanted it to be authentic.
I felt I bowled well for Barbados, and that helped me.
I never felt I belonged. I was always an outsider.
I have never felt bereft of anything.
I always felt love from both my parents.
When I ran, I felt like a butterfly that was free.
I felt caged by my childhood.
I felt uncomfortable in cliques.
Since I was 16, I've felt a black cloud hangs over me.
I felt grand juries were illegal and coercive.
The war, as I felt it and a lot of my compatriots felt it, was a creative act.
I never felt cynical, and I never felt that I couldn't do what I wanted to do.
I've often felt depressed; everyone feels depressed.