In the arts the way in which an idea is rendered, and the manner in which it is expressed, is much more important than the idea itself.
To give a body and a perfect form to one's thought, this - and only this - is to be an artist.
If the work is poor, the public taste will soon do it justice. And the author, reaping neither glory nor fortune, will learn by hard experience how to correct his mistakes.
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