SUMMER in Classic Quotes

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Quotes from Between the Acts (1941) by Virginia Woolf
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1  She to whom all's one now, summer or winter.
Between the Acts (1941) By Virginia Woolf
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2  This dry summer the path was strewn with stones.
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3  I mind me that, I to whom all's one now, summer or winter.
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4  This dry summer the path was hard as brick across the fields.
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5  Within the shell of the room she overlooked the summer night.
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6  Flying, rushing through the ambient, incandescent, summer silent.
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7  It was always shady; sun-flecked in summer, dark and damp in winter.
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8  So they always said when in summer they sat there to drink coffee, if they had guests.
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9  Pointz Hall was seen in the light of an early summer morning to be a middle-sized house.
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10  It was a summer's night and they were talking, in the big room with the windows open to the garden, about the cesspool.
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11  Every summer, for seven summers now, Isa had heard the same words; about the hammer and the nails; the pageant and the weather.
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12  Every summer, for seven summers now, Isa had heard the same words; about the hammer and the nails; the pageant and the weather.
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13  Their roots broke the turf, and among those bones were green waterfalls and cushions of grass in which violets grew in spring or in summer the wild purple orchis.
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14  In the summer there were always butterflies; fritillaries darting through; Red Admirals feasting and floating; cabbage whites, unambitiously fluttering round a bush, like muslin milkmaids, content to spend a life there.
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15  Digging and delving, the villagers sang passing in single file in and out between the trees, for the earth is always the same, summer and winter and spring; and spring and winter again; ploughing and sowing, eating and growing; time passes.
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16  There he stood their representative spokesman; their symbol; themselves; a butt, a clod, laughed at by looking-glasses; ignored by the cows, condemned by the clouds which continued their majestic rearrangement of the celestial landscape; an irrelevant forked stake in the flow and majesty of the summer silent world.
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