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“You have to be slightly innocent to be a novelist,” Martin Amis has observed.
Mailer would argue, for example, that timidity does more harm to the novelist than donning a mask of extreme self-confidence.
She is a novelist and former journalist who has reported from Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Russia.
Neither the novelist nor the novel could ever get away with it.Compliments Are Nice, but Enough With the Cormac McCarthy Comparisons|William Giraldi|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Novelist and not writer and even less a man of letters,” Georges Simenon said of a title he well deserved.Nobel Prize Winner Modiano’s Magical Musical Prose About Paris|Pierre Assouline|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After publishing several books on theological and miscellaneous subjects, he distinguished himself as a novelist.
The stories and legends surrounding the campaigns of these brave men have furnished many themes for the poet and novelist.The Red Watch|J. A. Currie
It seems very funny now to have to describe my inglorious position, as compared with the novelist's idea of a dash for liberty.The Boy Spy|Joseph Kerby
When the prince had been a prisoner at Ham, he had sent the novelist his study entitled L'Extinction du pauperisme.
Did any novelist of the seventeenth century lay bare the palpitations of the female heart more delicately than Racine?Inquiries and Opinions|Brander Matthews