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Quotes from Between the Acts (1941) by Virginia Woolf
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1  For time whose children small we be.
Between the Acts (1941) By Virginia Woolf
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2  In time for lunch please, she said aloud.
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3  That's England in the time of Chaucer, I take it.
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4  "Marking time," said old Oliver beneath his breath.
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5  "Albert having the time of his life," Bartholomew muttered.
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6  Mrs. Manresa began beating her foot and humming in time to it.
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7  Now a third time, if anything more strongly, she felt it again.
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8  All the time the villagers were passing in and out between the trees.
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9  Dodge denied it, for the second time in half an hour, or so Isa noted.
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10  The stout lady in the middle began to beat time with her hand on her chair.
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11  False teeth were invented, she thought he said, in the time of the Pharaohs.
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12  Then, for the seventh time in succession, they both looked out of the window.
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13  This time, from the expression in her eyes it was apparently something in the nature of a strait waistcoat.
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14  There was no feeding the pony with lumps of sugar at the kitchen door, nor time for gossip, since his round had been increased.
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15  Later, another generation had planted fruit trees, which in time had spread their arms widely across the red orange weathered brick.
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16  Up she scrambled, putting her hands to hair as if it were high time that she went too, though it was nothing of the kind and her hair was perfectly tidy.
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17  The room was a shell, singing of what was before time was; a vase stood in the heart of the house, alabaster, smooth, cold, holding the still, distilled essence of emptiness, silence.
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18  "Is it time," said Mrs. Swithin, "to go and join--" She left the sentence unfinished, as if she were of two minds, and they fluttered to right and to left, like pigeons rising from the grass.
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19  And before Mrs. Sands had time to peel the paper off, he was gone, giving a slap to the very fine yellow cat who rose majestically from the basket chair and advanced superbly to the table, winding the fish.
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20  It took her five seconds in actual time, in mind time ever so much longer, to separate Grace herself, with blue china on a tray, from the leather-covered grunting monster who was about, as the door opened, to demolish a whole tree in the green steaming undergrowth of the primeval forest.
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