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If you want to write good copy, you must be where the things are.
 Arthur Conan Doyle, The Lost World (1912). copy citation

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Author Arthur Conan Doyle
Source The Lost World
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Date 1912
Language English
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"You never said so."
"There was nothing worth bucking about."
"I didn't know." She looked at me with rather more interest. "That was brave of you."
"I had to. If you want to write good copy, you must be where the things are."
"What a prosaic motive! It seems to take all the romance out of it. But, still, whatever your motive, I am glad that you went down that mine." She gave me her hand; but with such sweetness and dignity that I could only stoop and kiss it.” source

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