No One Knows What He Truly Believes; You Can Only Guess At It By How You Find Yourself Acting

No One Knows What He Truly Believes; You Can Only Guess At It By How You Find Yourself Acting

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Cormac McCarthy’s Typewriter Dies After 50 Years and 5 Million Words


Cormac McCarthy has written more than a dozen novels, several screenplays, two plays, two short stories, countless drafts, letters and more — and nearly every one of them was tapped out on a portable Olivetti manual typewriter he bought in a Knoxville, Tenn., pawnshop around 1963 for $50.

It has never been serviced or cleaned other than blowing out the dust with a service station hose. … I have typed on this typewriter every book I have written including three not published. Including all drafts and correspondence I would put this at about five million words over a period of 50 years.

Original NY Times article.

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Robert Frank’s ‘The Americans’ 50 Years On

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Another photo gallery page

Check it out – another photo gallery.

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