Talk:P. L. Travers
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- Mary Poppins is both a joy and a curse to me as a writer ... As a writer, you can feel awfully imprisoned, because people, having had so much of one thing, want you always to go on doing more of the same.
- There are worlds beyond worlds and times beyond times, all of them true, all of them real, and all of them (as children know) penetrating each other.
- When I was a child, love to me was what the sea is to a fish: something you swim in while you are going about the important affairs of life.