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Jasper Fforde
“Take no heed of her.... She reads a lot of books.”
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William Strunk Jr.
“Omit needless words.”
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“Elizabeth disliked the tragic, martyred image of Virginia Woolf which grew up after her death. When she read the first volume of William Plomer's autobiography, At Home, in 1958, she told him that ‘only you seem to bring back Virginia's laughter - I get so bored and irked by the tragic fiction which has been manufactured about her since 1941.”
Victoria Glendinning, Elizabeth Bowen
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Oscar Wilde
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Evelyn Waugh
“Punctuality is the virtue of the bored.”
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