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Quote of the Day

“Writing is of use to the psyche only if the writer discovers something he did not know he knew in the act itself of writing.”

-- Norman Mailer, “Death, the 11th Presidential Paper,” in his book, “The Presidential Papers of Norman Mailer,” 1963, pg. 219


Posted at 01:59 PM on Fri. Apr 26, 2013 in category Quote of the Day  
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