Virginia Woolf on Why She Became a Writer (via Brain Pickings)

Illustration by Emily Hughes from Little Gardener

Source: Virginia Woolf on Why She Became a Writer and the Shock-Receiving Capacity Necessary for Being an Artist – Brain Pickings

I found this by way of reading an article that quoted this one. I find it to be a very delicate, yet devastating, but also humbling and consoling piece of writing, only a hair shy of putting man’s entire existence and place in the cosmos in a nutshell. Or – whatever you make ot if …  🙂

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