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Lewis Carroll was born at this church(yard) in Daresbury, 20 miles from Liverpool; I visited with my wonderful cousin Hazel a couple of years ago.
Some left-handed writers:
Eudora Welty, James Baldwin, Jean Genet, Lewis Carroll*, Mark Twain, Franz Kafka

Some writers who were/are Aquarians:
Langston Hughes, Charles Dickens, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Virginia Woolf, Robert Burns, Lewis Carroll*, James Joyce, Toni Morrison, Byron, Edith Wharton, Elizabeth Bishop

I'm not a lefty but I wondered if they had anything in common, or if Aquarians did, or if left-handed Aquarians did. On this list, only Lewis Carroll is both, so I don't see anything there.

I don't know where this came from but I kind of dig it:
The Mighty Word Warrior. Pioneer of literary movements and defender of the new and the righteous. The Aquarian writer is impossible to deter once motivated (although a lack of motivation may plague Aquarians throughout their careers, along with eccentricity and over-socializing). Moral wrongs ignite their intelligence and impassion their pens. This is because the Aquarian mind is highly-attuned to the fluid connections that bind us all together. Given this consciousness, expect the Aquarius to craft elaborate stories peopled by a variety of characters whose shared humanity is sensitively, and in some cases obsessively, laid bare by the Aquarian. Few poets are as perceptive when it comes to the musical qualities of language as the Aquarian, nor as gifted at innovation–though rarely for its own sake. In fact, Aquarians flounder most when they veer off into experimentation, adrift from the human concerns that fuel them.
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