Great Writers on Great Writers Quotes

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Author, Peter Taylor, Kenyon College, 1941 (Wiki).

“His stories deepen, brushstroke by brushstroke, by gradual layering—by the verbal equivalent to what painters call atmospheric perspective. Their surfaces are no more to be trusted than the first ice on a lake.”CF36D479-F351-48FC-95E8-638911CDAC9C

– Ann Beattie, on the fiction of Peter Taylor

More on Peter Taylor, here:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Taylor_(writer)

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