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Quotation by Virginia Woolf
There is the old brute, too, the savage, the hairy man who dabbles his fingers in ropes of entrails; and gobbles and belches; whose speech is guttural, visceral—well, he is here. He squats in me.
Virginia Woolf (1882–1941), British novelist. Bernard, in The Waves, bk. 2, para. 378, p. 205 (1931, Hogarth edition, 1943).
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