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Saul Bellow’s Spectacular Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech on How Art and Literature Ennoble the Human Spirit | Brain Pickings

Saul Bellow’s Spectacular Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech on How Art and Literature Ennoble the Human Spirit | Brain Pickings. “Only art penetrates … the seeming realities of this world. There is another reality, the genuine one, which we lose sight

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50 Great Articles and Essays about Writing

50 Great Articles and Essays about Writing. Great articles and essays by the world’s best journalists and writers.

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In Honour and Memory to Tomas Tranströmer!!! (1931-2015)

Miracle Speech: The Poetry of Tomas Tranströmer – The New Yorker. Page-Turner October 6, 2011 Miracle Speech: The Poetry of Tomas Tranströmer By Teju Cole Two truths approach each other. One comes from inside, the other from outside, and where

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Virginia Woolf ‘Now is life very solid or very shifting?’

“Now is life very solid or very shifting? I am haunted by the two contradictions. This has gone on forever; goes down to the bottom of the world — this moment I stand on. Also it is transitory, flying, diaphanous.

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How Steinbeck Used the Diary as a Tool of Discipline, a Hedge Against Self-Doubt, and a Pacemaker for the Heartbeat of Creative Work | Brain Pickings

How Steinbeck Used the Diary as a Tool of Discipline, a Hedge Against Self-Doubt, and a Pacemaker for the Heartbeat of Creative Work | Brain Pickings.   How Steinbeck Used the Diary as a Tool of Discipline, a Hedge Against

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Who’s the Greatest Unreliable Narrator in Literature?

Who’s the Greatest Unreliable Narrator in Literature?. Colin Winnette and Jeremy M. Davies each have a new novel featuring an unreliable narrator: Winnette’s Coyote follows a possibly unhinged mother and Davies’s Fancy is about a man looking for a catsitter.

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Madison Schultes’s ‘My Writing Masterpost’!!!

Madison Schultes MY WRITING MASTERPOST I just have a lot of writing tips and masterposts and just stuff in my likes and I decided to put them all into this. All rights goes to the people who made them. Cool

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