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Camioneta-Libreria of Trèves (Florence 1922)
- Writing a character who is a genius is a great challenge, because great storytellers are not geniuses.
- Most American writers (especially screenwriters) are afraid to question (or strain) the intelligence (of any fraction) of their audience.
- I can’t think of any American production that yet got the character of Sherlock Holmes right.