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But Virginia Woolf spent most of her life saying that the idea of biography is–to use a word she liked– poppycock. In her essays and diaries and fiction, in her reading of history, in her feminism, in her politics, “life-writing,” as she herself called it, was a perpetual preoccupation.
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I once had a boss, Dr. Ed, who was a well-respected accident reconstructionist. I worked for him for nearly fifteen years. He was a tall, deep-voiced, imposing man who tended to terrify people who didn’t know him—but in truth he was big hearted and caring, not to mention brilliant. 744 more words