Quotation by Stella Gibbons

Something nasty in the woodshed.
Stella Gibbons (1902–1989), British author. Cold Comfort Farm, ch. 8 and passim (1932).

Recurring motif of some unspecific secret and shameful act, witnessed in the past, and used in the novel as an ironic symbol of corrupting knowledge.
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