ANATOMÍA DE LA INTIMIDAD literatura y espejos rotos

I should like it to resemble some deep old desk, or capacious hold-all, in which one flings a mass of odds and ends without looking them through. (Virginia Woolf) We become ourselves through others, and the self is a porous thing, not a sealed container (Siri Hustvedt) En vez de mirarme en mi espejo quiero que mi espejo se mire en mí (Alejandra Pizarnik)

Behind the curtain. Virginia Woolf on Roger Fry & her Bloomsbury friends

Roger died on Sunday. […] I was glad we went to the service on Thursday. It was a very hot summers day. And all very simple & dignified. Music. Not … Sigue leyendo

11/01/2014 · Deja un comentario

Behind the curtain. Virginia Woolf & T.S. Eliot

To begin with another question (just read the last pages) why am I sitting here at 10.30 on a Sunday morning, rather stiff in the back, rather sore of the … Sigue leyendo

05/01/2014 · Deja un comentario

Behind the curtain. E.M. Forster on Virginia Woolf’s The Waves

Here I will give myself the pleasure -shall I?- of copying a sentence or two from Morgan’s unsolicited letter on The Waves: “I expect I shall write to you again … Sigue leyendo

03/01/2014 · Deja un comentario

Behind the curtain. Virginia Woolf on T.S. Eliot

The other/private life Poor Tom- a true poet, I think; what they will call in a hundred years a man of genius: & this is his life. I stand for … Sigue leyendo

01/01/2014 · Deja un comentario

Katherine Mansfield, la muñeca japonesa

No solo contienen banalidades sobre el acontecer del día a día. No solo contienen críticas de obras literarias clásicas y contemporáneas. No solo contienen reflexiones sobre el proceso creativo de … Sigue leyendo

22/08/2013 · Deja un comentario

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