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Monday, 15 October 2012

WRITERS ON WRITING #22: George Orwell


Still, every at all individual man has an inner life, is aware of the practical impossibility of understanding others or being understood –– in general, of the star-like isolation in which human beings live.  Nearly all literature is an attempt to escape from this isolation by roundabout means, the direct means (words in their primary meanings) being almost useless.

New Words (1940)



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