&ldquo;I have never cared for Thomas Mann&rsquo;s way of walking on water,&rdquo; said <strong>Joseph Roth</strong>. His own approach was, &ldquo;How many words, by when, and how much?&rdquo;

&amp;ldquo;I have never cared for Thomas Mann&amp;rsquo;s way of walking on water,&amp;rdquo; said Joseph Roth. His own approach was, &amp;ldquo;How many words, by when, and how
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“I have never cared for Thomas Mann’s way of walking on water,” said Joseph Roth. His own approach was, “How many words, by when, and how much?”

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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