segunda-feira, 19 de outubro de 2015


Ursula Le Guin

"What distinguishes experience from imagination in writing and is one more essential to the process of writing than the other?

Well, imagination is based on experience. The way everything in the world is made out of the elements combined in endless ways, everything in the mind is made out of bits of experienced reality combined in endless ways. So a child’s imagination deepens with living, with wider experience of reality. And so does a writer’s. But the imagination needs training in how to combine, how to invent, how to understand, just as much as the thinking mind does. We get that training mostly by reading and writing fiction and poetry."

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