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|Explores the problem of emotional dependency, explaining how to identify it, why it is harmful, and how it can evolve, and provides practical advice on achieving emotional independence to enrich both the solitary life and all relationships|
|“There is then creative reading as well as creative writing,” Emerson says in “The |
American Scholar.” “First we eat, then ... In “History” he insists that “the student is
to read history actively and not passively; to esteem his own life the text, and
books the commentary.” All Emerson's ... my reading. . . . I do nothing without
|... the middle unfolds the defiant "plan" to acquire literacy, and the end depicts a |
reader-writer now compelled by his literacy ... reach: "I saw nothing without
seeing it [freedom], I heard nothing without hearing it, and felt nothing without
|Since I'm not a critic I should say they're not criticism but worries. I would like now |
to mention three areas. ... this writer often is prone to move. His powerful writing
demands that the reader move with him, experience a nothing without measure.
|tomed to reading silently (he is even capable of drinking and of asking for drink |
while doing it!) at the side of a listener who does not seem accustomed to this
practice, but who takes the words pronounced by the reader for words read by
him, which in fact they are not. ... In a culture where writing aims at producing "
more sound," silent reading has no raison d'ętre but appears as something
against nature, ...
|That he wrote to make you think, not to divert you from thinking, is the very thing |
that makes him worth your reading, ... The easy picking-up and pocketing of an
author's thoughts, is good for nothing but to help us along in intellectual foppery.
|In the poetic fairy tale Valancy takes courage from the (variously inspired) nature |
writing of John Foster. Valancy begins to ... John Foster's words, the suggestion is
, are nothing without a reader sensitive enough to be touched by them. In Bach- ...
|That is, a reference to, say, Lieutenant Kevin Riley would not be an example of |
such a reference because that character appeared in two episodes, “The Naked
Time” and ... After I finished writing the three novels, I wondered—as I always do
—how they would be received by the readers. ... A writer is nothing without
|I wished that that woman would write and proclaim this unique empire so that |
other women, other unacknowledged sovereigns, ... Write, let no one hold you
back, let nothing stop you: not man; not the imbecilic capitalist machinery, in
|You do not read writing; you cannot take in the mass of texts in the world. You |
cannot take it. The writings exceed you, they overwhelm you, and they bury you.
You might write this text, or write that text, but you know nothing of writing, nothing