Writers have to listen as well as read. “As I read The Waves, I started to ‘hear’ language as if for the first time. It was as though a window flew open, and the sounds of the author’s words rushed in. I began to notice the sonic patterns of Woolf’s sentences, how she composed a music all her own with her rhythmic language and sentence structure.” – The New York Times

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