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Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "How then did it work out, all this? How did one judge people, think of them? How did one add up this and that and conclude that it is liking one felt, or disliking?"

How then did it work out, all this? How did one judge people, think of them? How did one add up this and that and conclude that it is liking one felt, or disliking?




Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "so that the monotonous fall of the waves on the beach, which for the most part beat a measured and soothing tattoo to her thoughts seemed consolingly to repeat over and over again..."

so that the monotonous fall of the waves on the beach, which for the most part beat a measured and soothing tattoo to her thoughts seemed consolingly to repeat over and over again...



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "So fine was the morning except for a streak of wind here and there that the sea and sky looked all one fabric, as if sails were stuck high up in the sky, or the clouds had dropped down into the sea."

So fine was the morning except for a streak of wind here and there that the sea and sky looked all one fabric, as if sails were stuck high up in the sky, or the clouds had dropped down into the sea.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "And all the lives we ever lived and all the lives to be are full of treesand changing leaves."

And all the lives we ever lived and all the lives to be are full of treesand changing leaves.




Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "They disagreed always about this, but it did not matter. She liked him to believe in scholarships, and he liked her to be proud of Andrew whatever he did."

They disagreed always about this, but it did not matter. She liked him to believe in scholarships, and he liked her to be proud of Andrew whatever he did.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "Well, we must wait for the future to show."

Well, we must wait for the future to show.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "How then did it work out, this? How did one judge people, think of them? How did one add up this and that and conclude that it was liking one felt, or disliking?"

How then did it work out, this? How did one judge people, think of them? How did one add up this and that and conclude that it was liking one felt, or disliking?




Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: ". . . distant views seemed to outlast by a million years (Lily thought) the gazer and to be communing already with a sky which beholds an earth entirely at rest."

. . . distant views seemed to outlast by a million years (Lily thought) the gazer and to be communing already with a sky which beholds an earth entirely at rest.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "About here, she thought, dabbling her fingers in the water, a ship had sunk, and she muttered, dreamily half asleep, how we perished, each alone."

About here, she thought, dabbling her fingers in the water, a ship had sunk, and she muttered, dreamily half asleep, how we perished, each alone.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "The very stone one kicks with one's boot will outlast Shakespeare."

The very stone one kicks with one's boot will outlast Shakespeare.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "How could any Lord have made this world?... there is no reason, order, justice: but suffering, death, the poor. There was no treachery too base for this world to commit... No happiness lasted."

How could any Lord have made this world?... there is no reason, order, justice: but suffering, death, the poor. There was no treachery too base for this world to commit... No happiness lasted.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "So that is marriage, Lily thought, a man and a woman looking at a girl throwing a ball"

So that is marriage, Lily thought, a man and a woman looking at a girl throwing a ball




Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "In the flailing light they all looked sharp-edged and ethereal and divided by great distances"

In the flailing light they all looked sharp-edged and ethereal and divided by great distances



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "I suppose that I did for myself what psychoanalysts do for their patients. I expressed some very long felt and deeply felt emotion. And in expressing it I explained it and then laid it to rest."

I suppose that I did for myself what psychoanalysts do for their patients. I expressed some very long felt and deeply felt emotion. And in expressing it I explained it and then laid it to rest.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "But one only woke people if one knew what one wanted to say to them. And she wanted to say not one thing, but everything."

But one only woke people if one knew what one wanted to say to them. And she wanted to say not one thing, but everything.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "When life sank down for a moment, the range of experience seemed limitless."

When life sank down for a moment, the range of experience seemed limitless.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "But when she looked at Prue tonight, she saw this was not now quite true of her. She was just beginning, just moving, just descending."

But when she looked at Prue tonight, she saw this was not now quite true of her. She was just beginning, just moving, just descending.



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "To want and not to have, sent all up her body a hardness, a hollowness, a strain. And then to want and not to have- to want and want- how that wrung the heart, and wrung it again and again!"

To want and not to have, sent all up her body a hardness, a hollowness, a strain. And then to want and not to have- to want and want- how that wrung the heart, and wrung it again and again!



Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "It flattered her, where she was most susceptible of flattery, to think how, wound about in their hearts, however long they lived she would be woven..."

It flattered her, where she was most susceptible of flattery, to think how, wound about in their hearts, however long they lived she would be woven...




Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse Quotes: "They became part of that unreal but penetrating and exciting universe which is the world seen through the eyes of love"

They became part of that unreal but penetrating and exciting universe which is the world seen through the eyes of love