Alfred Kazin (June 05, 1915 - June 05, 1998)
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One writes to make a home for oneself, on paper, in time and in others' minds.
When a writer talks about his work, he's talking about a love affair.
A classic is a book that survives the circumstances that made it possible yet alone keeps those circumstances alive.
If we practiced medicine like we practice education, we'd look for the liver on the right side and left side in alternate years.
As of now, there are no problems that we can identify, but I really have no comment on that. I'm not going to speculate before the election. ... We need to remain strictly neutral.
(September 20, 1955 - )
Poets are literal-minded men who will squeeze a word till it hurts.
(May 07, 1892 - April 20, 1982)
It is not titles that honor men, but men that honor titles.