Reflections of a working writer and reader
It is as reasonable to represent one kind of imprisonment by another, as it is to represent anything that really exists by that which exists not.
Daniel Defoe, in the preface to the third volume of Robinson Crusoe
john baker, April 11th, 2008. One comment. Filed under writing.
Invitation reluctantly refused.
Continually anchored here.
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jb says: Might be fiction, Pearl.
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