Virginia Woolf – Foxhunting, Golfing, and Street Haunting

Once again, I dip into Woolf's writings and find treasure, of the wry variety. Here's the opening paragraph from her essay, "Street Haunting," collected in The Death of the Moth and Other Essays: "No one perhaps has ever felt passionately towards a lead pencil. But there are circumstances in which it can become supremely desirable … Continue reading Virginia Woolf – Foxhunting, Golfing, and Street Haunting