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Chas LiBretto

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“You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.”
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Elmore Leonard
“It doesn't have to make sense, it just has to sound like it does.”
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Elmore Leonard
“I'm very much aware in the writing of dialogue, or even in the narrative too, of a rhythm. There has to be a rhythm with it … Interviewers have said, you like jazz, don’t you? Because we can hear it in your writing. And I thought that was a compliment.”
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Robert Graves
“Poetry began in the matriarchal age, and derives its magic from the moon, not from the sun. No poet can hope to understand the nature of poetry unless he has had a vision of the Naked King crucified to the lopped oak, and watched the dancers, red-eyed from the acrid smoke of the sacrificial fires, stamping out the measure of the dance, their bodies bent uncouthly forward, with a monotonous chant of "Kill! kill! kill!" and "Blood! blood! blood!”
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Richard Thanks for accepting the friend request, Chas! We have a crazy number of books in common, so we'll have lots to discuss!


Robert Thanks for accepting my friend request, Chas.


Mohammed Thanks for the add Chas, not many people i have so many books in common. Sandman Mystery Theatre series for example was surprised to see other fan among my GR friends :)


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