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Joan Didion
Answers to Human Problems
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I never had faith that the answers to human problems lay in
anything that could be called political. I thought the answers,
if there were answers, lay someplace in man's soul.

(Quoted in Michiko Kakutani's "The Poet at the Piano: Portraits
of Writers, Filmmakers, Playwrights, and Other Artists at Work.")
 

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