Short Fiction of T.F. Powys and V.S. Pritchett
Chapter Two V.S. Pritchett: The Static Ordinary
“My dear Tom,
Because the morning is balmy and the wind in the southwest I can come out to the grate and sit at the table and write a letter. Though there is little news”, Samuel Beckett in a letter to Thomas McGreevy (Beckett 2009: 137)
“The ordinary is not always transformed into something else, into something beyond our everyday world; the ordinary indeed may endure in and of itself, as a ‘final good’”, Liesl Olson (2009: 4)
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