excerpt from 'The diary of Virginia Woolf. Vol.3, 1925-30' pp. 186 (142 words)

excerpt from 'The diary of Virginia Woolf. Vol.3, 1925-30' pp. 186 (142 words)

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The diary of Virginia Woolf. Vol.3, 1925-30

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June weather. Still, bright, fresh...I walked Pinker to Grays Inn Gardens this afternoon, & saw - Red Lion Square: Morris'es house; thought of them on winter's evenings in the 50ties; thought we are just as interesting; saw the (street) Great Ormond St where a dead girl was found yesterday; saw & heard the Salvation Army making Xtianity gay for the people: a great deal of nudging & joking on the part of very unattractive men & women; making it lively, I suppose & yet, to be truthful, when I watch them I never laugh or criticise, but only feel how strange & interesting this is: wonder what they mean by 'Come to the Lord.' I daresay exhibitionism accounts for some of it: the applause of the gallery; this lures boys to sing hymns; & kindles shop boys to announce in a loud voice that they are saved.

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