Virginia Woolf Quote

All great writers have, of course, an atmosphere in which they seem most at their ease and at their best; a mood of the general mind which they interpret and indeed almost discover, so that we come to read them rather for that than for any story or character or scene of seperate excellence.


The death of the moth: and other essays (ed. 1942)

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All great writers have, of course, an atmosphere in which they seem most at their ease and at their best; a mood of the general mind which they...

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All great writers have, of course, an atmosphere in which they seem most at their ease and at their best; a mood of the general mind which they...

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All great writers have, of course, an atmosphere in which they seem most at their ease and at their best; a mood of the general mind which they...

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All great writers have, of course, an atmosphere in which they seem most at their ease and at their best; a mood of the general mind which they...