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Writers’ Blokke

How Writers Are Made

Writers are formed in solitude

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Writing is a practice that requires solitude. It is, in essence, a conversation without the requisite of a second party. Just as we can only carry on a conversation with one person at a time—even if we occasionally alternate between two or more—this conversation, too, precludes all others while active. It is to be done alone. This fact suggests that any who prefer this art…

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