Tuesday, April 02, 2013


Nulla Dies Sine Linea

Thomas Hardy, quoted in Claire Tomalin, Thomas Hardy (New York: The Penguin Press, 2007), p. 358, from Marjorie Lilly, "The Hardy I Knew," Thomas Hardy Society Review 1.4 (1978) 100-103:
I never let a day go without using a pen. Just holding it sets me off; in fact I can't think without it. It's important not to wait for the right mood. If you do it will come less and less.

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