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Michael Cunningham
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I go sentence by sentence and just try to get to the bottom
of the page, and try not to think about larger questions. I
need to stand on a fairly solid sentence in order to write
the next one, and day by day I feel more like a carpenter,
putting up another few shingles.

(Interview in Stanford Magazine, January/February 2006)

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