Writing Advice from Samuel Beckett
If you must write, you must do it in the face of all opposition. […] Do not spend too much more time on culture & reading, these are traps. When everything conspires to make the thing impossible, when you are tired, worried, with no time, or money, it is then that things get done.
Samuel Beckett to Claude Raimbourg, 3 May 1954
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