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Friday, 30 December 2011

WRITERS ON WRITING #5: Edna O'Brien


It’s hard enough to write a book at all; you have to dig and dig and dig into your unconscious, come up with some kind of story, and language, emotion, music…It’s important when writing to feel free, answerable to no one. The minute you feel you are answerable, you’re throttled.

Interview in Lit Chat (c. 1995)

 

Click HERE to read EDNA O'BRIEN's Wikipedia entry.


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