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Virginia Woolf
used in Listening for Lions

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English writer whose novels are known for their poetic and symbolic quality with an emphasis on psychology (1882-1941)
  • Virginia Woolf had wonderful hooded eyes and whispered to me unkind and funny things about all the other guests.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (62% in)
  • There were always people about talking of artists I had never heard of, Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, and books I had no time to read, T. E. Lawrence's Seven Pillars of Wisdom, and Mrs. Dalloway, by someone called Virginia Woolf, who came once to Frieda's.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (62% in)
  • The Grumblochs saw me off, Mr. Grumbloch furnishing me with money orders and Keating's insect powder and Frieda with Cadbury chocolates and Virginia Woolf's latest novel.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (77% in)

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