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Thursday, 12 January 2017

WRITERS ON WRITING #88: Dorothy M Richardson


While I write, everything vanishes but what I contemplate.  The whole of what is called 'the past' is with me, seen anew, vividly… It moves, growing with one’s growth.  Contemplation is adventure into discovery; reality.  What is called 'creation,' imaginative transformation, fantasy, invention, is only based on reality.  Poetic description a half-truth?  Can anything produced by man be called 'creation?'

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Click HERE to read more about UK novelist DOROTHY RICHARDSON on the excellent Neglected Books website

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