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American artist autobiographical Avenue de l'Opera began beginning believe bitter blazing character completed creative critics darkness desperate dream editor energy experience face fact familiar feel felt finally finished floodtide friends gone happened Harvard hope huge hundred thousand words James Russell Lowell kind knew known labor learned Leslie Field look Look Homeward Lord Byron magazines man's manuscript material memory million months naked native town never night North Carolina novel Paris passed Percy Bysshe Shelley Philistines problem published realized remember ruin Saturday Evening Post scene Scribner's Magazine seemed seen sense sleep soaked somehow spirit spring story street structure struggle suddenly talk tell things Thomas Wolfe thought tion told tongue train utter wanted whole wild hope Wolfe Wolfe's Writing and Living written wrote Yale Review young writer youth