Virginia Woolf

The Lady in the Looking-Glass

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  • Teodora Gheorghehas quotedlast year
    eople should not leave looking-glasses hanging in their rooms any more than they should leave open cheque books or letters confessing some hideous crime. One could not help looking, that summer afternoon, in the long glass that hung outside in the hall. Chance had so a
  • Randalendary2007has quotedlast year
    As for her letters, they were all bills. Look, as she stood there, old and angular, veined and lined, with her high nose and her wrinkled neck, she did not even trouble to open them.
  • Randalendary2007has quotedlast year
    he stood naked in that pitiless light. And there was nothing.

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