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Oscar Wilde's Advice To Writers

March 26, 2013

"The best work in literature is always done by those who do not depend on it for their daily bread and the highest form of literature, Poetry, brings no wealth to the singer. Make some sacrifice for your art and you will be repaid but ask of art to sacrifice herself for you and a bitter disappointment may come to you." The Telegraph (UK) 03/19/13

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