Walking in a Fire

30something who enjoys a wide variety of delicacies including, but not limited to: classic film, literature, poetry, music, anime, video games, beautiful women and my lovely wife.




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— Louisa May Alcott (via irreverentpsychologist)

Joshua Rothman's New Yorker essay on Virginia Woolf’s idea of privacy is the best thing I’ve read in ages. 

It rings especially poignant in the context of her own conflicted inner life, from her exuberant appreciation of the world’s beauty to her intense capacity for love to the deathly despair of her suicide letter.

Do yourself a favor and read Rothman’s full essay here.

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— Virginia Woolf, Selected Letters (via thewreckageofmen)
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— John Locke