Ford on Clarity of Thought / Taking Your Creativity for Granted?

May 31, 2006

Richard Ford and Clarity of Thought
“Clarity of language historically, thinking of Orwell, meant clarity of thought, that you've actually uttered something and thought about it afterwards.” That's the start of Bob Hoover's interview with novelist Richard Ford.

Taking Your Creativity for Granted?
Don't, says Edward Albee in his Los Angeles Times essay “Humans: The Artsy Animals.” The subhead states, “Our creativity distinguishes us from other species, but we can't take it for granted.”

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