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W. H. Auden - Literary confessors are contemptible, like beggars who exhibit their sores for money, but not so contemptible as the public that buys their books.
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    W. H. Auden
    American poet 1907-1973
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    Literary confessors are contemptible, like beggars who exhibit their sores for money, but not so contemptible as the public that buys their books.
Literary confessors are contemptible, like beggars who exhibit their sores for money, but not so contemptible as the public that buys their books. by: W. H. Auden
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Literary confessors are contemptible, like beggars who exhibit their sores for money, but not so contemptible as the public that buys their books.
- W. H. Auden
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