No great genius has ever existed without some touch of madness. -Aristotle

You should never doubt what nobody is sure of. -Willy Wonka

In the end, we all become stories. -Margaret Atwood

It might be possible that the world itself is without meaning. -Virginia Woolf, "Mrs. Dalloway"

Monday, October 12, 2015

3 questions

I was reading "A Room of One's Own" and I wrote a few things down and would like to hear the opinions of anyone other than myself.  :/

1. Do you think women write for different reasons than men?

2. Would you rather be labeled one of the greatest thinkers or one of the greatest writers of the 21st century?

3. Can someone understand something so well they are able to write about it as its opposite?

1 comment:

Murees Dupé said...

Tough questions. I think we all write for the need to get our ideas out of our heads, or at least calm the voices buzzing in our mind:) Maybe its my vanity, but I would be honored to be considered a great writer. I think anyone can write about anything, whether you understand it, or not. As long as it makes sense to you, and you can write your findings in an entertaining way. Most of all, you have to enjoy what you write, or one will never finish it. Wishing you well.