It goes like this:
A map is a dead body of where you've been. A map is the unborn child of where you're going. There are no maps. Maps are pictures of what isn't.
And secondly a quotation from Kleinzeit which I can easily recall without having to look it up. This was left on the seat after watching a play at the Sheffield University Drama Studio:
"I exist," said the mirror.Whilst there I also recommended Russell Hoban to a (I think) German student, along with another of my favourite authors, Angela Carter.
"What about me?" said Kleinzeit.
"Not my problem," said the mirror.