According to Jørgen Eno Nielsen from State Police, many authors, especially exquisite and lesser known ones, are experiencing break-ins where their unfinished manuscripts disappear without a trace. “Fortunately, there are many backup options on the Internet today and most people make sure to send the manuscripts to themselves by mail. But the thieves like to sit with handwritten sheets and explore,” says Jørgen Eno Nielsen. Asked directly if Jørgen Eno Nielsen himself is a burglar, he admits: “Yes. I make sure to do something criminal every day. In that way I feel alright.”
Interpretation 1: This text questions what literary value is and why it can not be equated with material value. Imagine if thieves stole draft poems?
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