Quote by Cyril Connolly


When writers meet they are truculent, indifferent, or over-polite. Then comes the inevitable moment. A shows B that he has read something of B s. Will B show A? If not, then A hates B, if yes, then all is well. The only other way for writers to meet is to share a quick pee over a common lamp-post.


When writers meet they are truculent, indifferent, or over-p

Liked the quote? Share it with your friends.

Random Quotations