Virginia Woolf Quote
She came into a room; she stood, as he had often seen her, in a doorway with lots of people round her. But it was Clarissa one remembered. Not that she was striking; not beautiful at all; there was nothing picturesque about her; she never said anything specially clever; there she was however; there she was.
Mrs. Dalloway (ed. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P, 1981)