MARTHA GELLHORN ON LONELINESS: “ I have my own medicine against loneliness reaching the degree of despair: I read. I read as one swims to shore—when reading anything, I am not there, and therefore not.
(Martha Gellhorn) -- The flâneur – the keen-eyed stroller who chronicles the minutiae of city life – has long been seen as a man’s role. From Virginia Woolf to Martha Gellhorn, it’s time we recognised the vital, transgressive work of the flâneuse
1940 Portrait photo of Martha Gellhorn at the Finca Vigia, c. Photograph in the Ernest Hemingway Collection of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston. Scanned from original x nitrate negative by LAA DAMS