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Twenty Years in the Wilderness

“I think that every novelist of the kind of novels that I write has in them maybe one really good book, but the trouble with so many novelists is that they keep on writing novels even when they run out of ideas.” Forrest Gump author Winston Groom on why it’s taken him 20 years to […] The post Twenty Years in the Wilderness appeared first on The Millions.
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