The Seasons of Your Oblivion

William Gass

“If, of course, one wants to be a publicist for something,”

William Gass has written, “then, by all means, write your

bad poems, your insufferable fictions, enjoy the fame

that easy ideas often offer, ride the flatulent winds of

change, fly like the latest fad to the nearest dead tree; but

do not try to count the seasons of your oblivion.”


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