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Mrs Dalloway

Mrs Dalloway

  

by Virginia Woolf

Mrs Dalloway Memory and the Past Quotes

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Oh yes, Sally remembered; she had it still, a ruby ring which Marie Antoinette had given her great-grandfather. She never had a penny to her name in those days, and going to Bourton always meant some frightful pinch. But going to Bourton had meant so much to her – had kept her sane, she believed, so unhappy had she been at home. But that was all a thing of the past – all over now, she said. (6.103)

Sally recalls when she pawned her jewelry to get to Bourton that summer. Bourton was a totally different world – one she would never forget.

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