The Deepest Innerness | Virginia Woolf on Solitude and Deep Privacy

“There is a dignity in people; a solitude; even between husband and wife a gulf; and that one must respect … for one would not part with it oneself, or take it, against his will, from one’s husband, without losing one’s independence, one’s self-respect—something, after all, priceless.”

Virginia Woolf’s Idea of Privacy | The New Yorker

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