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Amelia Murphy Writing the Essay Detective Work 2 Essayist- Virginia Woolf 4/13/08 Discoveries when first looked at 2 nd group of essays; -interested in the perception outside people have on intimate relationship’s or status of people “everything was right and good and as it should be, one felt the picture’ ‘Mrs. Grey sat on her chair but looking for what?’ ‘Bu here are circumstances in which it can become supremely desirable to posses one; moments when we are set upon having an object’ -‘ We were both quite wrong in our judgments, no doubt, but that is inevitable -fascination with doors ‘but when the door shuts on us, all that vanishes’ ‘Of all this however only seven foot by four could be seen from Mrs. Grey’s corner. That was the size of her front door which stood wide open, though there was a fire burning in the grate.’ ‘You see me leaning against the door of the smithy with horseshoes in my hand and you think as you go by: ‘How picturesque!” I, seeing you sitting so much at your ease in the
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2008 for the course WRIGTING WTE taught by Professor Larua during the Spring '07 term at NYU.

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