One does best to separate an artist from his work, not taking him as seriously as his work.

He is, after all, only the precondition of his work, the womb, the soil, sometimes the dung and manure on which, out of which it grows --- and therefore in most cases something one must forget if one is to enjoy the work itself.

--- From Nietzsche's The Genealogy of Morals
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