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1. "The boss had a long list of reasons for letting me go--most of which, I am ashamed to admit, were generously understated. It's true, for instance, that I hogged the photocopier for hours on end and snapped at whoever politely--deferentially--inquired about how much longer I would be. I was intent on achieving definitively sooty, penumbral effects to ensure that copies looked like copies, and that, of course, took time. Some days I spent entire afternoons reproducing blank sheets of paper, ream after ream, to use instead of the "FROM THE DESK OF--" notepads the boss kept ordering for each of us."
Author: Gary Lutz
2. "Like my maestro, Juan Ribero, she believed that photography and painting are not competing arts but basically different: the painter interpets reality, and the camera captures it. In the former everything is fiction, while the second is the sum of the real plus the sensibility of the photographer. Ribero never allowed me sentimental or exhibitionist tricks-none of this arranging objects or models to look like paintings. He was the enemy of artificial compostion; he did not let me manipulate negatives or prints, and in general he scorned effects of spots or diffuse lighting: he wanted the honest and simple image, although clear in the most minute details."
Author: Isabel Allende

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(...) Y, después de todo esto, que nadie venga a hablarme del trabajo, quiero decir del valor moral del trabajo. Me veo obligado a aceptar la idea de trabajo como necesidad material, y a este respecto no puedo sentirme más que ferviente partidario de su mejor, de su más justo reparto. Que me lo impongan las siniestras obligaciones de la vida, sea; que se me pida que crea en él, que venere el mío o el de los demás, nunca. Prefiero, una vez más, caminar a oscuras mejor que tomarme por el que camina iluminado. De nada sirve estar vivo mientras se está trabajando. El acontecimiento con el que cada cual tiene derecho a esperar la revelación del sentido de su propia vida, ese acontecimiento con el que quizá yo todavía no he topado pero tras cuya pista me busco, no existe si es a costa del trabajo."
Author: André Breton

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