You’re right. Writers in the university are often neurotics, and under-educated. They’re prima donnas. Their imbalanced juices make them sanguine, choleric, or melancholic, though rarely phlegmatic. I’ve known a terraphage, a coke hound, and one guy who found his calling after water-skiing into a dock piling. Writers are knock-kneed, pigeon-toed, nearsighted, humpbacked fancy dressers, bare-knuckle fighters and ballroom dancers. Writers are moody and vindictive. We’ve got your dog.
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