„It is a nice thing to be working and believing in my work again. I hope I can keep the drive. I only feel whole and well when it is this way.“

Letter to Elizabeth Otis, once he had begun The Grapes of Wrath (1 June 1938)

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—  Gwyneth Paltrow American actress, singer, and food writer 1972

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Kontext: I hope people are reading my work in the future. I hope I have done more than frightened a couple of generations. I hope I’ve inspired a few people one way or another.
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