dimanche 9 septembre 2012

Randall Jarrell, PICTURES FROM AN INSTITUTION, New York, Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1968 [1954], 277 pages

As she read, Sidney listened; as she wrote, Sidney waited to listen; and Homer himself never had a better listener than Sidney. But sometimes on week-days with no conferences, no muse, no Sidney, the bare apartment looked bare even to Gertrude, and she would think, staring out of the window into the grey day: "I wish I made enough from my writing so Sidney wouldn't have to work."

p. 74

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