A BiographyBook - 2006
Annotated and with an introduction by Maria DiBattista
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Once look out of a window at bees among flowers, at a yawning dog, at the sun setting, once think "how many more suns shall I see set," etc., etc., (the thought is too well known to be worth writing out) and one drops the pen, takes one's cloak , strides out of the room, and catches one's foot on a painted chest as one does so. For Orlando was a trifle clumsy.
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