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The Literary Women Who Raised Me: Fall: Northing for the soul

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: Fall: Northing for the soul

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: "We Were the Mulvaneys" — Joyce Carol Oates and th...

"We Were the Mulvaneys" — Joyce Carol Oates and the abandoned princess

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: Eliot’s veil, Estés’ zygotes and the great longing...

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: Eliot’s veil, Estés’ zygotes and the great longing.

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When we march

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: Sacred, purposeful work

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: Sacred, purposeful work

Anaïs Nin

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Katherine Mansfield in the gardens of the Villa Isola Bella, Menton, France

Why can’t I talk to you in a big darkish room at late evening—where the light is green from the waving trees outside? I’d like to write a series of Heavens: that would be one.

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: The mundane and the sacred, the depth of simplicit...

The Literary Women Who Raised Me: The mundane and the sacred, the depth of simplicit.

"I am concerned that the pundits, who wish to shape our thinking and, subsequently, our laws, too often make rape an acceptable and even explainable social occurrence."                                                                                                       — Dr. Maya Angelou

"I am concerned that the pundits, who wish to shape our thinking and, subsequently, our laws, too often make rape an acceptable and even explainable social occurrence.

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