Monday, December 01, 2008

Truly reflective reading

"I should know by now that I can't read a book by Virginia Woolf in the same way that I may read any other book. This is truly reflective reading, little instalments which plant seeds of brilliant word-thought long after the page is turned, and in this case the on-off beam of the lighthouse lamp feels like a constant and perfectly regulated shaft of light alternating with darkness throughout the book and I'm starting to 'get it'. In fact I think I'm ready to set off To the Lighthouse again now."-- today at Dovegreyreader Scribbles