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Failure in the theater is more dramatic and uglier than any other form of writing. It costs so much, you feel so guilty.
Failure in the theater is more public, more brilliant, more unreal than in any other field.
Is it age, or was it always my nature, to take a bad time, block out the good times, until any success became an accident and failure seemed the only truth?
Success and failure are not true opposites, and they're not even in the same class. I mean, they're not even a couch and a chair.
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