Live Alone And Like It : Marjorie Hillis :I had no fantasies about my wedding day, only about my writing place: a little garret overlooking some scenic rooftops, precise location to be determined, where nobody, least of all my parents, could come in without knocking and accidentally banish the muse. I was always, in these dreams, in the middle of some great creative project, never at the tentative beginning or the slog-like end, never stuck and procrastinating by looking up pictures of bigger, better, prettier garrets online. I never particularly worried about how I would manage the other part of the equation that Woolf lays out, the a year or whatever that would be today, in London or Paris or New York or wherever my room happened to be. The important thing was the room. I never managed it.
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Live Alone and Like It
Ordinarily, it is not necessary to prove one's credentials as a reviewer. But in this instance, our subject today being self-help books for single girls, here are some facts you may care to know. Second, and this may be more pertinent, when I was in my twenties, I read a book called Women Who Love Too Much, ooh, only about 48 times. In other words, I know all about single life. Sometimes, it is great; sometimes, it is grim. The literature pertaining to it, however, is always terrible I am not including fiction here, obviously , though women buy it all the same because a you can't get drunk every night; b sometimes your friends have better things to do than listen to you droning on; and c occasionally, one has an inexplicable longing for platitudes. Even so, once the box of Kleenex is empty, you get to wondering how so much drivel gets published.
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