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Mrs Dalloway raised her hand to her eyes, and, as the maid shut the door to, and
she heard the swish of Lucy's skirts, she felt like a nun who has left the world and
feels fold round her the familiar veils and the response to old devotions.
a bubble-like iridescence, and part of its end is simply to convey a bubble-like
evanescence ; but this does not mean the world created in it is anything but solid
: in Mrs Dalloway, for instance, one-aspect of the LoodotTseene is rendered as ...
Indeed, the movement of the mind as Virginia Woolf describes it is closely akin to
the nature of the self as seen by Peter Walsh in Mrs Dalloway. For this is the truth
about our soul, he thought, or self, who fish-like inhabits deep seas and plies ...
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The Eighteenth Century
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