George Saunders Quotes

„Early on, a story's meaning and rationale seem pretty obvious, but then, as I write it, I realize that I know the meaning/rationale too well, which means that the reader will also know it - and so things have to be ramped up.“

Previous Quote Next Quote
6/63 Quote By George Saunders
George Saunders Quote: Early on, a story's meaning and rationale seem pretty obvious, but then, as I write it, I realize that I know the meaning/rationale too well, which means that the reader will also know it - and so things have to be ramped up.

Author biography

George Saunders
Author born: December 02, 1958
Nationality: American
Profession: Writer

Topics

Obvious, Reader, Know, Up, Too, Then, Well, Pretty