Mrs. Dalloway Quotes

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"She would have been, like Lady Bexborough, slow and stately; rather large; interested in politics like a man; with a country house; very dignified, very sincere." (pg. 9.)

"So, thought Septimus, looking up, they are signaling to me" (pg. 22.)

"But this question of love (she thought, putting her coat away), this falling in love with women. Take Sally Seton; her relation in the old days with Sally Seton. Had not that, after all, been love?" (pg. 34.)

"If I had married him, this gaiety would have been mine all day!" (pg. 50.)

"They had always this queer power of communicating without words" (pg. 66.)

"For himself, he was absurd. His demands upon Clarissa (he could see it now) were absurd" (pg. 69.)

"Everyone has friends who were killed in the War. Everyone gives up something with they marry. She had given up her home" (pg. 73.)

"Those five years - 1918 to 1923 - had been, he...

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