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I am looking for a quotation I once read, and I think it was by a famous mathematician. It is in the context of the balance between reading and writing mathematics, and said something like "I enjoy reading so much that I hardly have the time to write something up myself". Does anyone have an idea which quotation I might mean and who was the mathematician?

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