Reflections of a working writer and reader
Let us boldly condemn all imitation, though it comes to us graceful and fragrant as the morning; and foster all originality, though, at first, it be as crabbed and ugly as our own pine knots.
john baker, November 10th, 2007. No comments. Filed under miscellaneous.
Norman Mailer, the two-times Pulitzer prize winner who was a dominating presence on the US literary scene across seven decades, has died today, his editorial assistant said. He was 84.
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