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Brian Moore
(1921-1999) born on
Aug 25
Irish novelist. He immigrated to Canada and is best known for his first novel, "The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne," 1955.
         
   
F
As always on this boulevard, the faces were young, coming annually in an endless migration from every country, every continent, to alight here once in the long journey of their lives.

R
When you're a writer you no longer see things with the freshness of the normal person. There are always two figures that work inside you.
A
In fact, one thing that I have noticed. . . is that all of these conspiracy theories depend on the perpetrators being endlessly clever. I think you'll find the facts also work if you assume everyone is endlessly stupid.
N
Research is usually a policeman stopping a novel from progressing.
K
If misery loves company, then triumph demands an audience.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: On Boulevard Saint-Michel in Paris, "The Doctor's Wife," Farrar, 1976.
R: In "Saturday Review," 13 Oct 1962.
A: From "Kuchling Quotations," an internet collection of quotations.
N: In "Sunday Times," (London), 15 Apr 1990.
K: "An Answer from Limbo," 1962.
   


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