Making a point
The Morning Standard|December 02, 2021
ENGLISH writer Graham Greene once said, “My two fingers on a typewriter have never connected with my brain. My hand on a pen does.”
DYUTI ROY

For several others like Greene, there is something very intimate about the act of scribbling one’s thoughts on a piece of paper with a pen, an innate joy that can never match the incessant tapping on a keyboard. Thus, pens of various types have been a collectors’ item for long. Many have searched high and low for these collectibles as well as for people who share this love.

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