Block may refer to:
Other articles related to "block, blocks":
... Writer's block is a condition, primarily associated with writing as a profession, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work ... Throughout history writer's block has been a documented problem ... Irene Clark notes that writer's block is a common affliction that most writers will experience at one time or another ...
... Francesca Lia Block (born 1962), American writer Herbert Lawrence Block, commonly known as Herblock, American political cartoonist Lawrence Block (born 1938), American crime ...
... A 110 block is a type of punch block used to connect sets of wires in a structured cabling system ... a similar punch-down tool as the older 66 block ...
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... Writer's block may have many or several causes ... awareness of audience can be paralyzing and can cause writer's block ... Other blocks, especially the more serious kind, may be produced by adverse circumstances in a writer's life or career physical illness, depression ...
Famous quotes containing the word block:
“Only he who can view his own past as an abortion sprung from compulsion and need can use it to full advantage in the present. For what one has lived is at best comparable to a beautiful statue which has had all its limbs knocked off in transit, and now yields nothing but the precious block out of which the image of ones future must be hewn.”
—Walter Benjamin (18921940)
“Dug from the tomb of taste-refining time,
Each form is exquisite, each block sublime.
Or good, or bad,disfigurd, or depravd,
All art, is at its resurrection savd;
All crownd with glory in the critics heavn,
Each merit magnified, each fault forgiven.”
—Martin Archer, Sir Shee (17691850)
“Painting consumes labour not disproportionate to its effect; but a fellow will hack half a year at a block of marble to make something in stone that hardly resembles a man. The value of statuary is owing to its difficulty. You would not value the finest head cut upon a carrot.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)