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Books and Wine Nov 7
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Chris Nascimento 1h
Opening night! Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf is delightfully twisted & vulgar, funny yet sad. The directors, cast & crew are doing a terrific job!
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Verde Nov 12
Her heart was made of liquid sunsets.
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David Abrams 4h
"These old houses are only brick and wood, soaked in human sweat, grained with human dirt." JACOB'S ROOM by is my . As we await the pending sale of our home and have emptied it out of…
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Emilistians Short Story Competition Nov 10
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Goodreads is a Joke Nov 10
Yeah, what bout’ the BUILDING, Nate? Nate’s take on ‘s
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Anne Brooke Books Nov 13
"So long as you write what you wish to write, that is all that matters." writing
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Mike Schleif Nov 9
You cannot find by avoiding life
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Tino González Nov 13
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Amanda Brookfield Nov 14
A quirky, tender, bite-sized read from the genius that is Virginia Woolf. And the kid in me loved reading a book with PICTURES! #
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Isabel Genovés Estrada Nov 7
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Laura Brevitz Nov 10
I'm curious to know why "we can't imitate the 18th century." Don't disagree, just curious to know what her rationale was - what she was responding to.
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Bertram Wilberforce Wooster LXXII Nov 8
Virginia’s going to kill me.
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Maggie Humm Nov 14
' sends me one novel every week; which has to be read on Sunday, writen on Monday and printed on Friday, in America they make sausages like that' nothing changes! - lovely intro!
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🧶Lee-Ann Smith 🧶 Nov 7
You had me at "the 1992 Sally Porter film Orlando" 😻
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Maggie Humm Nov 13
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Rob Maher Nov 12
Replying to @Eponymist
Favourite books (non-fiction) 5/10 No comment, just cover
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Tink 🧚🏼‍♂️ ✨ Nov 11
Gillian Anderson reading Virginia Woolf’s suicide letter, accompanied by Max Richter’s XVI. The Waves: Tuesday is utterly heartbreaking.
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Lydia Korol-Bluring Nov 11
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Maggie Humm Nov 11
1918 'there was no centre, no form for all of this wandering emotion to take. The crowds had nowhere to go, nothing to do; they were in the state of children' Virginia & Leonard treated themselves to chocolate
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