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Miss Doris Kilman Quotes

Two of the best book quotes from Miss Doris Kilman
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“She was about to split asunder, she felt. The agony was so terrific. If she could grasp her, if she could clasp her, if she could make her hers absolutely and forever and then die; that was all she wanted. But to sit here, unable to think of anything to say; to see Elizabeth turning against her; to be felt repulsive even by her – it was too much; she could not stand it. The thick fingers curled inwards.”
Virginia Woolf
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Mrs. Dalloway
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Miss Doris Kilman
Elizabeth Dalloway
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broken relationship
agony
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“If only she could make her weep; could ruin her; humiliate her; bring her to her knees crying, You are right! But this was God’s will, not Miss Kilman’s. It was to be a religious victory. So she glared; so she glowered.”

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