Tag Archives: Virginia Woolf

Ask the Readers: Which Writers Intrigue You?

  image by Dolly Garland   Sometimes, I get curious about certain writers through unusual means. It could be because of reading one of their books, as in the case of F. Scott Fitzgerald, but at other times it’s because of what I learn about them or about their work in other sources. For example, […]

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Are Money and Comfort Necessary for the Writing Process?

An Essay based on A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf  I first met Virginia Woolf at Mrs Dalloway’s party. She was a stranger – an aloof, sharp, beautiful woman with whom I didn’t feel an immediate connection. Relationships with books and authors are the same as relationships with people. With some, it’s an instant connection, recognition of […]

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