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Sholem Asch
(1880-1957) born on
Nov 01
US novelist. He was noted for tales of Jewish life and Biblical novels including "The Apostle," 1943 and "Moses," 1951.
An illness is like a journey into a far country; it sifts all one's experience and removes it to a point so remote that it appears like a vision.

The heathen spirit is wingless. It cannot lift itself to heights from which the totality of being is visible, and it therefore loses itself in details.
It has been said that writing comes more easily if you have something to say.
The lash may force men to physical labor: it cannot force them to spiritual creativity.
Not the power to remember, but its very opposite, the power to forget, is a necessary condition for our existence.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "...As One Mad With Wine," by Elyse and Mike Sommer, 1991.
R: In "The New Webster's Dictionary of Quotations and Famous Phrases," by Donald Bolander, 1987.
A: In "W.O.W. - Writers on Writing," by Jon Winokur, 1990.
N: In "Great Business Quotations," by Rolf B. White, 1986.
K: "The Nazarene," 1939.

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