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- When she had sat there last ten years ago there had been a little sprig or leaf pattern on the table-cloth, which she had looked at in a moment of revelation.3 — The Lighthouse (4% in)
- The great revelation had never come.3 — The Lighthouse (25% in)
- The great revelation perhaps never did come.3 — The Lighthouse (25% in)
- This, that, and the other; herself and Charles Tansley and the breaking wave; Mrs. Ramsay bringing them together; Mrs. Ramsay saying, "Life stand still here"; Mrs. Ramsay making of the moment something permanent (as in another sphere Lily herself tried to make of the moment something permanent)—this was of the nature of a revelation.3 — The Lighthouse (26% in)
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