Mary Oliver Quote: “Writers sometimes give up what is…”

Writers sometimes give up what is most strange and wonderful about their writing – soften their roughest edges – to accommodate themselves toward a group response.

Mary Oliver


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Name: Mary Oliver
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: September 10, 1935
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