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…a solitary passion in the open air

…a solitary passion in the open air

“The writer is odd from day one and in the course of pursuing this maddening profession becomes distinctly odder… It is not unusual for a successful writer – your favorite, the one you think of as full of sunshine, wisdom and laughter – to spend great portions of his or her life in a state of fury, hideously disappointed, or even raving mad… for a writer it is almost essential to pursue a solitary passion in the open air.”
Paul Theroux

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