… The end of January, at least.
Zane Grey (b. January 31, 1872, Zanesville, OH; d. October 23, 1939, Altadena, CA)
“I will see this game of life out to its bitter end.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: Riders of the Purple Sage
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Norman Mailer (b. January 31, 1923, Long Branch, NJ; d. November 10, 2007, New York City, NY)
“Culture’s worth huge, huge risks. Without culture we’re all totalitarian beasts.” You can find more quotes here.
What you should read: The Naked and the Dead
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Langston Hughes (b. February 1, 1902, Joplin, MO; d. May 22, 1967, New York City, NY)
“Humor is laughing at what you haven’t got when you ought to have it.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: Collected poems
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James Joyce (b. February 2, 1882, Rathgar, Ireland; d. January 13, 1941, Zürich, Switzerland)
“The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: Ulysses
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Ayn Rand (b. February 2, 1905, Saint Petersburg, Russia; d. March 6, 1982, New York City, NY)
“A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others.” Find more quotes here.
What you should read: Atlas Shrugged
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