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Something peculiar about writing fiction

Something peculiar about writing fiction

“There’s something peculiar about writing fiction. It requires an interesting balance between seeing the world as a child and having the wisdom of a middle-aged person. The further you get from childhood and the experience of the teenage years, the greater the danger of losing that wellspring.”
—Kazuo Ishiguro

David Isaacson
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