Thursday, September 8, 2011



“I’ve said this too many times—and I’ve said it very stupidly—that I hate my books. I should add [as] the writer that they’re better than everybody else’s; they’re just not good enough for me. It’s the constant search for perfection, the perfect sentence—that’s what drives me.”
—John Banville (Benjamin Black), Irish novelist
(The Sea, Christine Falls, etc.), on NPR, Sept. 2, 2011

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