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I would teach from nine to four, sleep an hour, and write from six until midnight, night after night.
I would say my theme has always been paradise lost, always the lost cause, the lost leader, the lost utopia.
I would never write realistic prose. I don't like people who try to write in a poetic style, but in the course of their book abandon it for realism, and weave back and forth like drunkards between the surreal and the real.
I think there is a rage against women. I've come to see that now although at the time I did not notice it. I was preoccupied with my teaching and my writing.
I think most people don't like others who, without a voice of their own, emulate the other. I certainly don't want anybody just to pick up my thoughts and hand them back to me.
I never thought of myself as either a woman or a man. I thought of myself as a person who was born to a writer, who was doomed to be a writer.
I never fantasized or invented a thing, not one thing. I knew every single thing I ever wrote about.
I knew Anais Nin, who called me after I had been away for a few years. She was seeking help because at that time no one would give her a decent review. She was made fun of.
I don't believe there can be a poetic novel without political consciousness. I have a strong political conscience.
I believe that all my work explores the human desire or obsession for utopias, and the structure of all my works is the search for utopias lost and rediscovered.
Dreiser... I love... and almost wouldn't speak to anyone who ever attacked him.
At the age of 18 all young poets are sure they will be dead at 21 - of old age.
All the books I have written have been one book, from the beginning.
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Taken For Granted
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