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Daemon
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In art economy is always beauty.

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In art economy is always beauty.

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Daemon wrote:
In art economy is always beauty.

Henry James (1843-1916)
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Yeah. In art economy is always beauty – Sleeping Beauty... Dream on, babe.
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In art economy is always beauty.
Verbatim
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"I dare say, to conclude, that whenever, in quest, as I have noted, of the amusing, I have invoked the horrific, I have invoked it, in such air as that of The turn of the screw, that of The jolly corner, that of The friends of the friends, that of Sir Edmund Orme, that of The real right thing, in earnest aversion to waste and from the sense that in art economy is always beauty."

He used only 13 commas to prove it.

Pieter_Hove
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The beginning of the minimalists?
Pieter_Hove
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 2:47:26 PM

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Verbatim wrote:
"I dare say, to conclude, that whenever, in quest, as I have noted, of the amusing, I have invoked the horrific, I have invoked it, in such air as that of The turn of the screw, that of The jolly corner, that of The friends of the friends, that of Sir Edmund Orme, that of The real right thing, in earnest aversion to waste and from the sense that in art economy is always beauty."

He used only 13 commas to prove it.



Funny. Still, I like commas and such; they provide breathing space for the mind.
Pieter_Hove
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 2:48:18 PM

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Pieter_Hove wrote:
Verbatim wrote:
"I dare say, to conclude, that whenever, in quest, as I have noted, of the amusing, I have invoked the horrific, I have invoked it, in such air as that of The turn of the screw, that of The jolly corner, that of The friends of the friends, that of Sir Edmund Orme, that of The real right thing, in earnest aversion to waste and from the sense that in art economy is always beauty."

He used only 13 commas to prove it.



Funny. Still, I like commas and such; they provide breathing space for the mind.


Or otherwise: don't write too long sentences.
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