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Dreams are Confused

Dreams are confused, yet men seek clarity there Oracles speak with twisted tongues; men trust them and do not despair From confusion--do...

Tuesday, January 29, 2013


Your prose must sing, but it must sing prosaically. In other words, it cannot merely rely on alliteration or ornament, metaphor or preciosity. It must sing plainly, on the whole, with a few flourishes now and then.

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