Ellis Sharp on Malcolm Lowry:

Lowry’s problem was that those he had professional dealings with in the world of publishing couldn’t read. His theme was that of a writer who no longer believes that fiction communicates a truth. Out of that perception emerged his writing, in a form which shattered orthodox narrative: the drama of a writer’s struggle. And what purer narrative could there be than writing about writing?

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