Art and Sacrifice

“The study of writing, like the study of classical piano, is not practical but aristocratic. If one is born rich, one can easily afford to be an artist; if not, one has to afford one’s art by sacrifice.” ~John Gardner, On Becoming a Novelist

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It’s the end of another fast week and one wonders where the time goes. Two blinks ago it was Monday. As Job once lamented, “My days fly faster than a weaver’s shuttle,” an image probably lost…

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An avid reader who writes about arts, culture, literature & other life obsessions. @ennyman3 Look for my books on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/y3l9sfpj

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An avid reader who writes about arts, culture, literature & other life obsessions. @ennyman3 Look for my books on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/y3l9sfpj

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