Saturday, August 29, 2015

Sunflower Plaques: August 29, 2015

She was late.  She gave one look at the sunflower on the terra-cotta plaque.  That symbol of her girlish sentiment amused her grimly.  She had meant it to signify flowers, fields in the heart of London; but now it was cracked.    
The Years (95)

August 29, 1935, Woolf writes in her diary that she has been “doing the scene of Esther’s day with the usual pangs and ecstacies”  (D4 335).

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