Virginia Woolf quote about desire from To the Lighthouse - To want and not to have, sent all up her body a hardness, a hollowness, a strain. And then to want and not to have—to want and want—how that wrung the heart, and wrung it again and again!
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To want and not to have, sent all up her body a hardness, a hollowness, a strain. And then to want and not to have—to want and want—how that wrung the heart, and wrung it again and again!
 Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse (1927). copy citation

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Author Virginia Woolf
Source To the Lighthouse
Topic desire hardness longing
Date 1927
Language English
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