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Alice Munro Talks About Retiring From Writing
"For great writers, retirement is a fairly recent career option. There have always been writers, like Thomas Hardy and Saul Bellow, who kept at it until the very end, but there are many more, like Proust, Dickens and Balzac, who died prematurely, worn out by writing itself." The New York Times 07/02/13
Posted July 2, 2013 06:41 AM




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