Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson

 
 
 
I think to the degree writers are serious, there is a greater tendency for them to write to themselves, because they’re trying to compose their own thoughts. They are trying to find out what is in their minds, which is the great mystery. Finding out who you are, what is in your head, and what kind of companion you are to yourself in the course of life. I do think people have very profound lives of which they say virtually nothing.
— Marilynne Robinson
 
 
Lydia Davis

Lydia Davis

Wole Soyinka

Wole Soyinka

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