The Neverending Story

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Die Unendliche Geschichte (1979) is a fantasy novel by Michael Ende which was translated into english by Ralph Manheim as The Neverending Story (1983).

See also: The NeverEnding Story (film)

  • Ach, alles ereignet sich einmal nur,
    aber einmal muss alles geschehen.
    Über Berg und Tal, über Feld und Flur
    werd ich vergehen, verwehen...
    • Oh, nothing can happen more than once,
      But all things must happen one day
      Over hill and dale, over wood and stream,
      My dying voice will blow away...
  • Was ich angefangen habe, muss ich zu Ende führen. Jetzt bin ich schon zu weit gegangen, um noch umzukehren. Ich kann nur weitergehen, was auch daraus werden mag.
    • What I've started I must finish. I've gone too far to turn back. Regardless of what may happen, I have to go forward.

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There are many doors to Fantastica. There are other such magical books. A lot of people read them without noticing. It all depends o who lays hands on the book.

There are people that can't go to Fantastica. There ar ethose who can but never return. and there are just a few who go to Fantastica and come back. And they make both worlds well again.