A Room of One’s Own

Anne Magill.

When you have a room — too big or for too long — for yourself, you possess a lot of space left to be occupied.

Thoughts and loneliness both are exceptionally malleable; they can fit into spaces unthought of, misunderstood. Forbidden, especially.

Having so much room can be fatal.

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