Alter Egos - I Am Done Watching This
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Monday, September 17, 2007
"Sorry, I think you got a wrong number."
"I need to tell you something."
"Daniel Berkeley Updike: American printer and scholar, founder in 1893 of the distinguished Merrymount Press?"
"John....John... Name rings a bell. Merchant banker?"
"World famous prose writer."
"Why thank you, I am."
"Not you Dead Beat, me, John Updike. All those Rabbit books."
"Oh, now I got you. Wrote one on Golden Retrievers too. Hudson seemed to like that."
"Not those sort of rabbits, human ones."
"Oh like science fiction."
"Can it, Dead Beat. I got something to tell you. It's about Sal."
"The short stories of J.D. Salinger really opened my eyes as to how you can weave fiction out of a set of events that seem almost unconnected, or very lightly connected."
"So what are you saying, that all writers of fiction would be well advised to read his stories?"
"I'm saying they really opened my eyes."
"So all writers of fiction should have their eyes opened?"
"I'm saying my eyes were opened."
"Got you, Daniel Berkeley. I'll pass that advice on."
So from one D.B. to another D.B. to all you writers out there. Read Salinger, have your eyes opened.