Henry Miller on Reading, Influence, and What’s Wrong with Education

“Our whole theory of education is based on the absurd notion that we must learn to swim on land before tackling the water. It applies to the pursuit of the arts as well as to the pursuit of knowledge.” Henry Miller was a notoriously disciplined writer.

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