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    These Rejection Letters That Were Sent To Famous People Before They Made It Will Inspire You

  • Flynn "Knihovna" Carsen

    Every successful artist must master the art of accepting rejection. “Fail better,” said Beckett in his grim euphemism for perseverance. “I love my rejection slips,” wrote Sylvia Plath in every hopeful poet’s favorite quote. “They show me I try.” Plath—who also wrote “I am made, crudely, for success”—collected scores of rejection letters, receiving them even after the considerable success of 1960’s The Colossus and Other Poems.

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    Read Rejection Letters Sent to Three Famous Artists: Sylvia Plath, Kurt Vonnegut & Andy Warhol

  • Deb Baker

    The Rejection Letters Sent Your Favorite Artists - BlackBook

  • Anna D.

    The New Yorker's rejection letter to Sylvia Plath, November 7, 1962

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