Kenneth Tynan Quote

All writing is an antisocial act, since the writer is a man who can speak freely only when alone; to be himself he must lock himself up, to communicate he must cut himself off from all communication; and in this there is something always a little mad.


"Tennessee Williams" (1956), p. 97 - Profiles (1990)

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