If Sterne was stuck with a piece of writing, he’d change his clothes and wig then work in a different part of his house. You do that. Especially the wig thing. Especially if you’re a man. Macchiavelli wore his best clothes to read the classics: you do that to write, or, if you’re wearing them, slob it. Chekhov sa...
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