“We all as writers want to arrive at universal truth, of course,” Geoff Dyer said in conversation with Christopher Lydon. “The chances of arriving at that universal truth will be greatly increased if you remain absolute faithful to the vagaries of your own nature, the peculiarities and contingencies of one’s own experience.”

01/19/2013  by Cara Cannella  Comment on this Post
 

"We all as writers want to arrive at universal truth, of course," Geoff Dyer said in conversation with Christopher Lydon. "The chances of arriving at that universal truth will be greatly increased if you remain absolute faithful to the vagaries of your own nature, the peculiarities and contingencies of one's own experience."

“We all as writers want to arrive at universal truth, of course,” Geoff Dyer said in conversation with Christopher Lydon. “The chances of arriving at that universal truth will be greatly increased if you remain absolute faithful to the vagaries of your own nature, the peculiarities and contingencies of one’s own experience.”

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