Her travel writing was characterized by a high moral purpose and an overwhelming sense of justice. What distinguishes her journalism is her eloquent outrage and commitment to fair play.
More Quotes from Bill Buford:There's not stuffiness, there's not reverence about literature ... it's actually very hip, often spontaneous, dramatizations of what's appearing in the magazine, to show just how alive and up-to-the-minute some of the fiction can be.
The family is the essential presence, the thing that never leaves you, even if you find you have to leave it.
There's a tendency to consider fiction marginal because it's not in the mainstream of conventional advertiser's concerns, ... What these things do is show how powerful fiction is ... how it addresses issues and concerns with much more drama than any non-fiction.
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