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I couldn't put into a capsule one thing that represents me, I don't think.
Paul Horgan
He who fears to be out of the mode does not deserve to belong to himself.
It is always edifying for mortals to look at a god.
The most valuable writers are those in whom we find not themselves, or ourselves, or the fugitive era of their lifetimes, but the common vision of all times.
Paul Horgan
Everybody around me was talented and gave everybody talent. Everybody painted. My mother had a beautiful voice. My father was a marvelous drawing-room actor.
Paul Horgan
King Charles, who was also the Holy Roman Emperor, lived and worked in hard bare rooms with no carpets, crowding to the fire in winter, using the window's sunshine in summer.
Paul Horgan
In many joyfully-admired recent novels, love appears as little more than sex-manual instruction.
Paul Horgan
The true artist is never afraid of anything – including the glories of the past.
Paul Horgan
There is hardly a person alive who does not want to know 'what happened next,' in any context.
Paul Horgan
Everybody is a regionalist. Tolstoy is a regionalist – one is where one lives, where one writes.
Paul Horgan