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      Susan Sontag (author and director). Learned a great deal from her books: 'On Photography' and 'Regarding the Pain of Others'.

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      SUSAN SONTAG (1933-2004) was an author, director, and human rights activist. Today, her Susan Sontag Foundation provides support for authors, and awards an annual prize for the translation of a literary work into the English language.

    • Samana Rei

      Do stuff. Be clenched, curious. Not waiting for inspiration's shove or society's kiss on your forehead. Pay attention. It's all about paying attention. Attention is vitality. It connects you with others. It makes you eager. stay eager. ― Susan Sontag

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