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"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need."
Marcus Tullius Cicero
George V. Higgins Quotes
Data is what distinguishes the dilettante from the artist.
George V. Higgins

Egotism: The art of seeing in yourself what others cannot see.
George V. Higgins

Politics is a choice of enemas. You're gonna get it up the ass, no matter what you do.
George V. Higgins

Rental formal wear of the sky-blue, brocade and shiny varieties is favored by upwardly mobile young gangsters drafted as groomsmen for weddings.
George V. Higgins

She had rouged her cheeks to a color otherwise seen only on specially ordered Pontiac Firebirds, and in her ears she wore two feathered appliances resembling surfcasting jigs especially appetizing to striped bass.
George V. Higgins

The received image of a writer is that of an unproductive sensitive who suffers from the vapors, is enslaved by his gonads, falls victim to romantic swoons and passes out at deadlines.
George V. Higgins

Writing is the only trade I know of in which sniveling confessions of extreme incompetence are taken as credentials probative of powers to astound the multitude.
George V. Higgins

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0000-00-00
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American
 

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