A Bad Copy

Thomas Bernhard, interview, quoted by Gabriel Josipovici, “Wittgenstein’s Awkward Nephew,” New Statesman 23 January 2011

Whatever you write it’s always a catastrophe. That’s the depressing thing about the fate of a writer . . . All you deliver is a bad, ridiculous copy of what you had imagined [via].

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