tyranny of the imagination permits time travel given certain conditions

fear took hold of him, or rather tightened its grip and entered his body.

– Roberto Bolaño, Nazi Literature in the Americas, trans. Chris Andrews, Picador, London, 2010, p. 127

operating outside space and time, at the dawn of a new age, as it were, in which spatio-temporal perception is undergoing transformation and even becoming obsolete.

– Ibid., p. 133