lundi 27 août 2012

Norman Mailer, BARBARY SHORE, New York, Vintage, 1997, [1951], 312 pages.

Guinevere poured me another cup of coffee. "Someone was telling me you're an anthor, Lovett," she said.
"He was mistaken."
She passed this by. "You know I been thinking there's a way you and me could make a lot of money," she said. "I got a story that's worth a million bucks."
"Well, then why don't you write it?"
"I can't. I can't write. I haven't got the patience. But here's my idea. I'll tell you the story, you write it, and we'll split the money. I swear. When I think of the hundreds of thousands of dollars thi book is worth, and it's all in my head."
She was not to be halted.

p. 61

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