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Serdar Yegulalp

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Flight of the Vajra

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The Four-Day Weekend

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Happy Accidents

Commercial success for creative work is less about the work itself and more about its circumstances.
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“The world, after all, was still a place of bottomless horror. It was by no means a place of childlike simplicity where everything could be settled by a simple then-and-there decision.”
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“The weak fear happiness itself. They can harm themselves on cotton wool. Sometimes they are wounded even by happiness”
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“Whenever I was asked what I wanted my first impulse was to answer "Nothing." The thought went through my mind that it didn't make any difference, that nothing was going to make me happy.”
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“In my case such an expression as 'to be fallen for' or even 'to be loved' is not in the least appropriate; perhaps it describes the situation more accurately to say that I was 'looked after.”
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