“A writer must be as objective as a chemist,” Anton Chekov wrote in 1887. “He must abandon the subjective line; he must know that dung heaps play a very reasonable part in a landscape.” 

From back in January, Maria Popova on “The Joy of Psyching Myself Out“(via).

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