The Line of Words
This is used as a metaphoric description of the product of the writer's process. The act of creation by writing is following this metaphoric description to a truth.
The Author's Study
This place is a clear manifestation of the author's intent/desire/belief that a writer needs physical, emotional, and spiritual isolation in order to write - that is, in order to focus fully on the world emerging from her inner source of creativity.
The Author's Carrel
This place is where the author worked early in her career. It is in a university library.
The Helen Keller Book
This is an object in Chapter 2 that is a metaphor for the world the author lives in, a world symbolically similar to the world of darkness, silence and isolation.
The Chess Game
This is something the author did on her nights working at the library with...
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