Saturday, December 17, 2011

The Complexity of Unalloyed Dialogue

Updike on Hemingway:

It was he who showed us all how much tension and complexity unalloyed dialogue can convey, and how much poetry lurks in the simplest nouns and predicates.
–John Updike, "Foreword," in John Updike: The Early Stories, x.

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