Much is written about success and failure in the career of literature, about the reasons which enable one man to reach the front, and another to earn his livelihood, while a third, in appearance as likely as either of them, fails and, perhaps, faints by the way. Mr. R. F. Murray, the author of The Scarlet Gown, was among those who do not attain success, in spite of qualities which seem destined to ensure it, and who fall out of the ranks. To him, indeed, success and the rewards of this world, money, and praise, did by no means seem things to be snatched at. [mehr][weniger]
GEMÄLDE-SCHREIBWETTBEWERB - AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2018
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Dieses Mal: Beach at Scheveningen in Stormy Weather
- von Vincent van Gogh - [mehr][weniger]