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I think its a question which particularly arises over women writers: whether its better to have a happy life or a good s
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"I think it's a question which particularly arises over women writers: whether it's better to have a happy life or a good supply of tragic plots"

- Wendy Cope

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This quote by Wendy Cope is a reflection on the hard options that females writers often face. It suggests that females writers need to decide between having a pleased life or having a good supply of awful plots to draw from for their writing. This is a challenging choice, as both alternatives have their pros and cons. On the one hand, having a happy life can provide a sense of satisfaction and satisfaction, but it might not offer the very same level of motivation for composing as a life filled with disaster. On the other hand, having a good supply of terrible plots can offer a wealth of product for writing, but it might come at the expense of personal happiness. Ultimately, this quote is a reminder that females writers must make tough options in order to pursue their craft.

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Wendy Cope This quote is written / told by Wendy Cope somewhere between July 21, 1945 and today. She was a famous Poet from England. The author also have 2 other quotes.

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