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Women's words on writing messages...

Letters -- life would split asunder without them.
Virginia Wolfe, 1922

Our correspondances have wings -- paper birds that fly from my place to yours -- flocks of ideas crisscrossing the country.
Terry Williams, 1991

Letters... have souls.
Heloise letter to Abelard, 12th Century

Letters are expectation packed in an envelope.
Shana Alexander, 1967

A letter is a risky thing; the writer gambles on the reader's frame of mind.
Margaret Deland, 1911







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