Christopher Fry Quotes

Christopher Fry Quotes: Poetry has the virtue of being able to say twice as much as prose in half the time, and the drawback, if you do not give it your full attention, of seeming to say half as much in twice the time.
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Christopher Fry Quote: It is the individual man in his individual freedom who can mature with his warm spirit the unripe world.
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Quotes about Christopher Fry: Equality is a mortuary word.
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Quote about Christopher Fry: My trouble is I'm the sort of writer who only finds out what he's getting at by the time he's got to the end of it.
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Christopher Fry Sayings: If we could wake each morning with no memory of living before we went to sleep, we might arrive at a faultless day.
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Christopher Fry Saying: An artist's sensitivity to criticism is, at least in part, an effort to keep unimpaired the zest, or confidence, or arrogance, which he needs to make creation possible; or an instinct to climb through his problems in his own way as he should, and must.
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