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1952


“I’ll tell you the only right approach to real writing.  It’s like a hunt.  It’s a hunt in which a man pits his brains against against the forces of ignorance and evil.  It’s a lifelong lonely safari.  The prey he seeks is a truth worth telling.”

“Justice belongs to all men or it belongs to none.”

“There was I - weak and needy, and there was he - strong and confident.  Every bit of me said, ‘This is all of it’.”
“The world is a market in which you buy what you want, not just with money but with your time.  It’s an exchange - you give something and you get something.”
“The excitement, call it courage. The way he feels, it is a man's feeling, natural in a man.  It grows in a man and makes him a man. Not particularly to his credit if he has it but something lacking if he hasn't. A woman shows her courage in other ways.”
“It’s a writer’s business to buzz around, to find out about things for himself.”
“You don’t know what you like until you try it.”
“It’s when you run away that you’re most liable to stumble.”

“If our teaching is false, then it shall fade away.”

“Time is the best author.  It always writes the perfect ending.”
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