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|Davies, Robertson The secret of good writing is to say an old thing in a new way |
or to say a new thing in an old way. - Davis, Richard Harding Writing isn't hard. It
isn't any harder than ditch-digging. - Dennis, Patrick Writers are always selling ...
|Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton No. The lives of great men and women are the main |
landmarks of the past, and writers are never great unless they are dead.
Passion's Ease "Writing isn't hard. It isn't any harder than ditch-digging." - Patrick
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|Wise Words Writing isn't hard. It isn't any harder than ditch-digging. — Patrick |
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|'Writing isn't hard. It isn't any harder than ditch-digging." Patrick. ONSTAGE Luna |
Stage, Montclair, (973) 744-3309, www.lunastage.org The Santaland Diaries,
David Sedans; dir: David Winitsky. Dec 4-21. McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton
|"Writing isn't hard," he once said. "No harder than ditch digging." . Died. Gustave |
L. Levy, 66, Wall Street wizard, philanthropist and G.O.P. fund raiser; following a
stroke; in Manhattan. Born in New Orleans, Levy started work in New York City at
|Can't dig ditch when Jack Frost tightens his grip on the earth. ... That isn't the |
trouble. ... All through the deep, tangled grass of the meadow we ran, tripped
many a time by the big timothy, panting hard, and all ... of the yellow and the
white and the purple of the quivering wings of our prisoner, there was no butterfly
between our palms ! ... It takes more coal ; the engine must work harder and wear
out faster ; the nervous strain is greater ; and, in spite of all, ... Write tadaj for big
Elias Smith - 1921
|He was digging a ditch in Pennsylvania — shoveling away all day long at fifty-five |
cents a rod. Maybe you have dug a ditch sometime in your life; it's the hardest
kind of grueling work; and there is no other job in which a man finds ... Any man
can. I will show you a coat in my closet at home more shabby than the coat you
are wearing. I wore it for three years while I was working my way through the
normal school. Education isn't a matter of clothes, or money; it's merely a
question of guts.
|Meyrick jumped the ditch and climbed the bank, still without looking back. ... His |
head struck the gnarled and rugged roots of an oak that grappled the roadside,
and he knew no more. ... “And he has written to you to get me to help him? ... In
his anxiety for the safety of his treasure, he exaggerated the inan's hard
expression, and felt sure he was a villain. ... “Then it isn't a coach we are going in
2'' he asked. .... He says he'll not see me again, and is pushing me now harder
|Over here no one i_s ashamed of any kind of work so long as it is honest. ... I was |
not performing honest, useful work, like sweeping the streets—they needed it
sorely——or digging a ditch. ... I had lost the battle before I opened my mouth,
and every rebufi made the next approach harder, more apologetic. ... pushed into
tasks beyond the powers of their limited experience and immature judgment, fell
with so hard a bump that they ... "Five dollars isn't too much," she announced