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Mason Cooley
1927 - 2002
Nationality: American
Category: Writer
Subcategory: American Writer

Creativity makes a leap, then looks to see where it is.


Many gloat over their own troubles.


In psychoanalysis, only the fee is exactly what it seems to be.


My parents wanted me to solace them for sorrows they denied having had.


My thought has been shaped by books; my desires by pictures.


No chaos, no creation. Evidence: the kitchen at mealtime.


Moo may represent an idea, but only the cow knows.


Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.


Don't stare into a mirror when you are trying to solve a problem.


Children now expect their parents to audition for approval.

    Topics: Children

Rereading, we find a new book.


Ideology has shaped the very sofa on which I sit.


Cats are inquisitive, but hate to admit it.


While we are reading, we are all Don Quixote.


My mind is led astray by every faint rustle.


Critic's delight: scolding the Mighty Dead.


Innocence is thought charming because it offers delightful possibilities for exploitation.


Rage is exciting, but leaves me confused and exhausted.


Every literary critic believes he will outwit history and have the last word.


We are more tied to our faults than to our virtues.


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