Posted on September 25, 2013 at 12:16 pm in Books, Literature, Writers | RSS feed
Hmm, can’t read the script writing …sorry.
Should you ever have the opportunity to visit Rowan Oak, this handwriting is found on the walls of one room – it is a haunting piece of the man.
Handwriting is so intimate.
This is really cool. Even these days when computers are so convenient, I still prefer writing by hand. I feel like I think better when my pen is connecting to paper and not my fingertips to keys. I like to cross out things and make arrows connecting my thoughts.
A lot of people don’t understand how good that feels, and wonder why anyone would take the time to write by hand when they could just use a computer.
Reblogged this on From The Desk of K. McWilliams and commented:
My 2014 resolution is going to be to tackle Faulkner. I think I’ll start with As I Lay Dying. I absolutely love “A Rose for Emily” and “That Evening Sun.” He does a brilliant job of capturing the essence of Southern life and for someone like myself who grew up in New England the portrait is so vivid and interesting.
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