A tradition is an accumulation through time
of inspired works, created by people who
do not have tradition on their minds.
If they have anything on their minds,
it is their own uniqueness:
the ways they do not fit in, not the ways they do.

— CLIVE JAMES, Author, poet, critic, television presenter (1939-)

A tradition is an accumulation through time
of inspired works, created by people who
do not have tradition on their minds.
If they have anything on their minds,
it is their own uniqueness:
the ways they do not fit in, not the ways they do.

— CLIVE JAMES, Author, poet, critic, television presenter (1939-)

A tradition is an accumulation through time
of inspired works, created by people who
do not have tradition on their minds.
If they have anything on their minds,
it is their own uniqueness:
the ways they do not fit in, not the ways they do.

— CLIVE JAMES, Author, poet, critic, television presenter (1939-)