Maugham: Dull

“Dying is a dull, dreary affair. my advice is that you have nothing whatever to with it.”
W. Somerset Maugham

I don’t think Maugham could have been dull even in the throes of death. He gave Elliott Templeton such a terrific send off in The Razor’s Edge. He credited his success to this symbol meant to ward off the evil eye. Perhaps I need such a sigil. I shall have to investigate. After this martini though…

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