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Born in October 21, 1904 / Died in November 30, 1967 / Ireland / English

Quotes by Patrick Kavanagh

What appears in newspapers is often new but seldom true.
A sweeping statement is the only statement worth listening to. The critic without faith gives balanced opinions, usually about second-rate writers.
It is impossible to read the daily press without being diverted from reality. You are full of enthusiasm for the eternal verities - life is worth living, and then out of sinful curiosity you open a newspaper. You are disillusioned and wrecked.
Malice is only another name for mediocrity.
A man is original when he speaks the truth that has always been known to all good men.
Actors are loved because they are unoriginal. Actors stick to their script. The unoriginal man is loved by the mediocrity because this kind of artistic expression is something to which the merest five-eighth can climb.