Clearing the Space: A why of Writing
Salmon, 1996 - 29 páginas
Insightful, questioning commentary on the double powers women hold - the power of creative self-expression and the power of giving birth. A meditation on the needs and desires of women who try to find meaning in life through creativity. Hartigan acknowledges the space needed for the free flow of imagination, the difficulty in finding this space, and the fear of the space itself. She writes convincingly of her belief that there is a healing power in creativity which may encourage reconciliation with, and understanding of, the emotions some women fear.
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