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Virginia Woolf: Rigid Principles

Virginia Woolf did not sit down to write until she was 30 -- literally. The observation (made in her teens) that her sister Vanessa Bell always stood to paint "led Virginia to feel that her own pursuit might appear less arduous than that of her sister unless she stood as well."
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