Most of us are librarians, or are married to librarians, or are good friends with librarians…this speaks volumes, no?
“I also know that memoir writing is rarely easy and that we shouldn’t expect it to be. This is life we are talking about. The wonder and confusion of it…”
“But the weather had changed and darkened and home was nowhere to be seen. She turned her face out to the incoming sea and splashed on” (147).
“He was not willfully old-fashioned…he sometimes wondered if there might not be hidden costs for a humanity…”
“The mountain was indifferent – it always had been.”
“An otter slid into the burn as I started along the path, and I saw a kingfisher darting among the low branches trailing in the water…”
“This regulation of duty by the mere circumstances of sex, rather by than the fundamental principle of moral being…has robbed woman of essential rights, the right to think and speak and act on all great moral questions… (321, Rossi).”