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«When it comes to entering a man or woman's mind, a writer has to be good, even brilliant. [...] It is one of the techniques a novelist acquires instinctively: don't go into your protagonist's thoughts until you have something to say that is more interesting than the reader's supposition. To jump in only to offer banal material is a fatal error. It is the worst kind of best-sellerdom. Second-rate readers enjoying the insights of second-rate writers.»

[Norman Mailer, The Spooky Art: Some Thoughts on Writing, p. 95]

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