Melbourne road.

Melbourne road.

JOHN WILLIAM WILKINSON Why should I believe what you’re telling me now, given that your novels are bulging with false quotations and red herrings?

EV-M: You are quite right to be wary, but you’d be far better off believing me. Why don’t you try, even if only to politely return the courtesy I’ve bestowed on you by considering your question to have been asked in all seriousness in the first place?

JWW: It would thus follow that truth—which apparently goes hand in hand with seriousness—boils down to a question of courtesy. Be that as it may, I do find a great deal of humour in your novels, precisely in their most sullen passages. (sigue leyendo)

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