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Bad artists copy good artists steal

Bad artists copy good artists steal
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This quote is based on an article, titled "Imitators and Plagiarists" by W. H. Davenport Adams in 1892:

"Of Tennyson’s assimilative method, when he adopts an image or a suggestion from a predecessor, and works it up into his own glittering fabric, I shall give a few instances, offering as the result and summing up of the preceding inquiries a modest canon: “That great poets imitate and improve, whereas small ones steal and spoil."

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Do your thing do it unapologetically don't be discouraged by criticism you probably already know what they're going to say pay no mind to the fear of failure it's far more valuable than success

Do your thing do it unapologetically don't be discouraged by criticism you probably already know what they're going to say pay no mind to the fear of failure it's far more valuable than success

There is no great genius without some touch of madness

There is no great genius without some touch of madness

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