Louise Bourgeois, Femme maison, 1994.
Photo by Christopher Burke via The Guardian.
My morning today.
I was almost heartened — or whatever its shadow word is, the word for noticing that someone else has been undermined by the same enervators — to see, while poking around in Dawn Powell’s unedited diaries, that in 1956 she wrote: “Domesticity can deaden the creative nature as much as alcohol or poverty – indeed more.”
This and that No. 6 is here.