Edna O'Brien Quote

I dislike the phone," she says. "I like faxes. They're gentle. They arrive like little sausages. All I have to do is pray to God — this elusive, 'question mark over His head' God — that when I start to write tomorrow, it will come.


The New York Times (30 August 1995)

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I dislike the phone, she says. I like faxes. They're gentle. They arrive like little sausages. All I have to do is pray to God — this elusive,...

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I dislike the phone, she says. I like faxes. They're gentle. They arrive like little sausages. All I have to do is pray to God — this elusive,...

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I dislike the phone, she says. I like faxes. They're gentle. They arrive like little sausages. All I have to do is pray to God — this elusive,...

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I dislike the phone, she says. I like faxes. They're gentle. They arrive like little sausages. All I have to do is pray to God — this elusive,...