I wish I was her.
Studying the common core instead of just a taste of it.
Channelling the paradigm of intellectual women.
From the Paris Review 1967:
Ici Susan Sontag
"I could answer that a writer is someone who pays attention to the world."
"Well, one never likes to be called anything. And the word makes more sense to me as an adjective than as a noun, though, even so, I suppose there will always be a presumption of graceless oddity—especially if one is a woman. Which makes me even more committed to my polemics against the ruling anti-intellectual clichés—heart versus head, feeling versus intellect, and so forth."