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Zane Grey
January 31, 1872 - October 23, 1939
Nationality: American
Category: Author
Subcategory: American Author

I am tired. My arm aches. My head boils. My feet are cold. But I am not aware of any weakness.


I wrote for nearly six hours. When I stopped, the dark mood, as if by magic, had folded its cloak and gone away.


I need this wild life, this freedom.


I will see this game of life out to its bitter end.


Love of man for woman - love of woman for man. That's the nature, the meaning, the best of life itself.


Every once in a while I feel the tremendous force of the novel. But it does not stay with me.


What makes life worth living? Better surely, to yield to the stain of suicide blood in me and seek forgetfulness in the embrace of cold dark death.


The difficulty, the ordeal, is to start.


No one connected intimately with a writer has any appreciation of his temperament, except to think him overdoing everything.


Work is my salvation. It changes my moods.


I did not have one bad spell during writing - an unprecedented record.


These critics who crucify me do not guess the littlest part of my sincerity. They must be burned in a blaze. I cannot learn from them.


Love grows more tremendously full, swift, poignant, as the years multiply.


I arise full of eagerness and energy, knowing well what achievement lies ahead of me.


The Indian story has never been written. Maybe I am the man to do it.


I love my work but do not know how I write it.


I am full of fire and passion. I am not ready yet for great concentration and passion.


This motion-picture muddle had distracted me from my writing.


What is writing but an expression of my own life?


I confess that reading proofs is a pleasure. It stimulates and inspires me.


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