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November 7, 2009

“I have been driven to writing by sheer ineptitude. I wanted to write, of course, always. I did a certain amount of stuff but I couldn’t get anything published— it was too bad. I think writers today learn so much more quickly. I mean, I could no more write as well at their age than fly.”
Lawrence Durrell to the Paris Review, April 23, 1959

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