Complete Works of Virginia Woolf:
They cried, and their cries, cutting through the thin walls of the jerry-built house, disturbed him at his work.
Great ideas - Lady Bedford, Lady Huntingdon, Mrs. Herbert - with well-spread tables and fair gardens, must be conciliated; rich men with the gift of rooms in their possession must be placated.
built quickly and cheaply without caring about quality or safety;
to make sb feel less angry about sth