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Virginia Woolf

Between the Acts

In Woolf’s last novel, the action takes place on one summer’s day at a country house in the heart of England, where the villagers are presenting their annual pageant. A lyrical, moving valedictory.
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  • indiana delcloscompartió una citahace 20 días
    "It seems more," said Isa. "It seems from the terrace as if the land went on for ever and ever."

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    Are we really," she said, turning round, "a hundred miles from the sea?"

    "Thirty-five only," her father-in-law said, as if he had whipped a tape measure from his pocket and measured it exactly.
  • indiana delcloscompartió una citahace 21 días
    She flushed, and the little breath too was audible that she drew in as once more he struck a blow at her faith. But, brother and sister, flesh and blood was not a barrier, but a mist. Nothing changed their affection; no argument; no fact; no truth.

    They both have their own reality; for the author, religion is a personal reality

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