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The Daily Routines of Famous Writers | Brain Pickings

The Daily Routines of Great Writers

The Daily Routines of Famous Writers | Brain Pickings

An open page of the actual diary of Anne Frank. Never doubt the power of the written word !

An open page of the actual diary of Anne Frank. Never doubt the power of the written word !

Diary of Anne Frank: Copies of Anne Frank's diaries are on display at the Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Photo Credit: ADE JOHNSON/epa/Corbis)

Diary of Anne Frank: Copies of Anne Frank's diaries are on display at the Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Photo Credit: ADE JOHNSON/epa/Corbis)

"Georges Sand" born Amantine Lucille Aurore Dupin (later Baroness Dudevant) on July 1,1804 and died June 8,1876.  She was a French novelist  and  memoirist.

"Georges Sand" born Amantine Lucille Aurore Dupin (later Baroness Dudevant) on July 1,1804 and died June 8,1876. She was a French novelist and memoirist.

Imagination Diana Vreeland  Finally someone validates it...

Imagination Diana Vreeland Finally someone validates it...

Deborah Mitford, Duchess of Devonshire,

Deborah Mitford, Duchess of Devonshire,

Amantine (also "Amandine") Lucile Aurore Dupin, later Baroness (French: baronne) Dudevant (1 July 1804–8 June 1876), best known by her pseudonym GEORGE SAND was a French novelist and memoirist. She is known primarily for her so-called rustic novels, which drew their chief inspiration from her lifelong love of the countryside and sympathy for the poor.

Amantine (also "Amandine") Lucile Aurore Dupin, later Baroness (French: baronne) Dudevant (1 July 1804–8 June 1876), best known by her pseudonym GEORGE SAND was a French novelist and memoirist. She is known primarily for her so-called rustic novels, which drew their chief inspiration from her lifelong love of the countryside and sympathy for the poor.

Virginia Clay-Clopton (1825–1915) was an American memoirist and political hostess in Alabama and Washington, DC. She was also known as Virginia Tunstall, Virginia Clay, and Mrs. Clement Claiborne Clay. She was one of a number of Southern women whose memoirs published at the turn of the 20th century became part of the public discourse about the war; her book was recommended by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to its membership.

Virginia Clay-Clopton (1825–1915) was an American memoirist and political hostess in Alabama and Washington, DC. She was also known as Virginia Tunstall, Virginia Clay, and Mrs. Clement Claiborne Clay. She was one of a number of Southern women whose memoirs published at the turn of the 20th century became part of the public discourse about the war; her book was recommended by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to its membership.

My Favorite Things: Maira Kalman’s Illustrated Catalog of Unusual Objects, Memories, and Delight | Brain Pickings

My Favorite Things: Maira Kalman’s Illustrated Catalog of Unusual Objects, Memories, and Delight | Brain Pickings

12 Memoir Books Every Girl Needs To Read Before She Turns 18

12 Memoir Books Every Girl Needs To Read Before She Turns 18


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Anna Frank

Anna Frank

Sophia Jex-Blake (1840 – 1912) / The 1876 ‘Enabling Act’ and Ireland's role in the admission of women to the medical profession

Sophia Jex-Blake (1840 – 1912) / The 1876 ‘Enabling Act’ and Ireland's role in the admission of women to the medical profession

Christina Noble - Philanthropist & Children's rights activist

Christina Noble - Philanthropist & Children's rights activist

Maud Gonne 1916 - Google Search

Maud Gonne 1916 - Google Search

Mary Robinson - With a career spanning law, politics and diplomacy over decades and across the globe, Robinson’s electoral success was the springboard to a lifetime devoted to being a voice for the vulnerable, both in Ireland and worldwide.

Mary Robinson - With a career spanning law, politics and diplomacy over decades and across the globe, Robinson’s electoral success was the springboard to a lifetime devoted to being a voice for the vulnerable, both in Ireland and worldwide.

Sybil Connolly (1921-98), Irish fashion designer

Sybil Connolly (1921-98), Irish fashion designer

Roesia de Verdun was born circa 1204, the granddaughter of Betram de Verdun, who was granted substantial lands in Louth after the Anglo-Norman invasion of 1169. He was, by the later twelfth century, a...

Roesia de Verdun was born circa 1204, the granddaughter of Betram de Verdun, who was granted substantial lands in Louth after the Anglo-Norman invasion of 1169. He was, by the later twelfth century, a...

Carmel Snow (1887-1961), Editor-in-Chief of Harpers Bazaar

Carmel Snow (1887-1961), Editor-in-Chief of Harpers Bazaar

Mary Raftery (1957-2013), investigative journalist, probably most noteworthy for her 1999 documentary 'States of Fear' that exposed physical and sexual abuse suffered by children in the care of religious orders and in industrial schools

Mary Raftery (1957-2013), investigative journalist, probably most noteworthy for her 1999 documentary 'States of Fear' that exposed physical and sexual abuse suffered by children in the care of religious orders and in industrial schools

Mairead Farrell - The Symbolism behind the Irish Female Dirty Protest

Mairead Farrell - The Symbolism behind the Irish Female Dirty Protest

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