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Saturday, January 16, 2016

Ayn Rand on the motto of every writer

"A sentence in Atlas Shrugged that is applicable to all rational people, but particularly to writers, is the one where I say that Dagny “regarded language as a tool of honor, always to be used as if one were under oath—an oath of allegiance to reality.” in regard to words, this should be the motto of every writer." ~ Ayn Rand

(Source: 'The Art of Fiction' by Ayn Rand; Chapter - 'Literature As An Art Form', Page: 10)

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