It seems to be based entirely on profitability and fame
The idea that Eliot never achieved anything more important than Prufrock is patently absurd
never mind the idea that Welles peaked with Kane.
In each case, he has found that creative people fall into two camps: the conceptual artists who come up with new visions for their fields and blossom early, and the experimental artists who spend long careers polishing approaches to their work and often achieve their most important success later in life.
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