Friday, January 25, 2008

Quick Question: Mark Twain Quote

I am looking for a quote by, I think, Mark Twain. Something about how realism is achieved in fiction. It is about how in life you might need money and then just luckily find it -- that is just a thing that happens sometimes -- but that if you do that in a story it will not be realistic. If you know the quote I am looking for, put it in the comments.

3 comments:

jamil said...

"The difference between fact and fiction is that fiction must be believable."

Geoff Klock said...

That is it. Thanks.

Voice Of The Eagle said...

I adore Mark Twain.