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Jonathan Safran Foer

Jonathan Safran Foer

“…with writing I realized not so much that I was born to be a writer but that writing was much more flexible activity than I had previously thought. That its constraints were my constraints. It was limited by my limitations. And that was exciting.”

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Amanda Hesser

Amanda Hesser

“In the past decade, a lot of lifestyle subjects from home design to food have been put up on this pedestal, and there is a lot of social pressure that goes along with that now.”

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Robert Stone

Robert Stone

“And sometimes the epigraph becomes too heavy for the story and sometimes it seems too overwhelmingly portentous for the story. If it approaches sidewise, it’s more effective.”

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David Hajdu

David Hajdu

“The smaller people, the smaller voices, are lost to history. But they are important as counterpoint and frequently important in their own right.”

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