foxandfayvel: The Waves (via rebeccaartemisa)
And I know I must go on doing this dance on hot bricks till I die– Virginia Woolf,Diary Entry,1st of March 1937. (via fuckyeahvirginiawoolf)
The Love of Reading by Virginia Woolf
© National Portrait Gallery, London At this late hour of the world’s history books are to be found in every room of the house – in the nursery, in the drawing room, in the dining room, in the kitchen. And in some houses they have collected so that they have to be accommodated with a room of their own. Novels, poems, histories, memoirs, valuable books in leather, cheap books in paper – one...
My roots go down through veins of lead and silver, through damp, marshy places...– Virginia Woolf, The Waves
The dream is too often about myself. To correct this; and to forget one’s own...– Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry dated 22 December 1927 (via proustitute)