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Samuel Coleridge

(1772 - 1834)
Leo Tolstoy
(1828 – 1910)
Virginia Woolf
(1882 – 1941)
William Faulkner
(1896 – 1962)
Ernest Hemingway
(1899 - 1961)
Joseph Mitchell
(1908 – 1996)
Ralph Ellison
(1914 - 1994)
Theodore Sturgeon
(1918 - 1985)
John Fowles
(1926 - 2005)
J. K. Rowling
(1965 - )
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majority of writers have
suffered from one form of
writer’s block or another
at some point in their
career…
It is just a matter of
degree and what steps
were taken to get over it…
The reason why we don’t
hear about these cases
is that real writers
aren’t too eager to talk
about it openly.
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