“For ten and sixpence one can buy paper enough to write all the plays of Shakespeare — if one has a mind that way. Pianos and models, Paris, Vienna and Berlin, masters and mistresses, are not needed by a writer. The cheapness of writing paper is, of course, the reason why women have succeeded as writers before they have succeeded in the other professions.” —English novelist/essayist Virginia Woolf (1882-1941), “Professions for Women,” from The Death of the Moth, and Other Essays (1942)
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