Friday, February 25, 2005

Sentence of the week

There’s a lot to be said for communication and so many problems we can’t talk about simply go away after a while, such as the problem of mortality, for example, but a writer’s duty is to keep trying, to wake up every afternoon and saddle up the mare and bear the sacred plume de literature over the next ridge, and here, to show I’ve been on the job and not just sunning myself in Denmark, is a book, collecting in one neat pile some stories, poems and letters mostly written at the time of Ronald Reagan, the President who never told bad news to the American people.

Garrison Keillor, We are Still Married, rev. ed. Faber, 1993, xiii.


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