Daily Quote #10

“Even where a creative artist bends or alters historical facts, a successful imaginative reworking must come out of a profound knowledge and intellectual grasp of the objective, historical world. When history […] is merely a passive backdrop, and not the essential stuff of character and story, a neglect of important details is apt to come easily.”

– Sandy English, writing about Barbara Kingsolver’s The Lacuna.

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