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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.
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.

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.
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.
Research is usually a policeman stopping a novel from progressing.
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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