To writers, their work amounts to evidence that they've fallen short of their potential. The oeuvre is never satisfied, always taunting, <strong>a work in progress</strong> until the end&nbsp;

To writers, their work amounts to evidence that they&#39;ve fallen short of their potential. The oeuvre is never satisfied, always taunting, a work in progress until the
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To writers, their work amounts to evidence that they've fallen short of their potential. The oeuvre is never satisfied, always taunting, a work in progress until the end 

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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