Tuesday, April 5, 2016

fallacy & chock-full

Quotations:

Complete Works of Virginia Woolf: The Voyage Out

It's a fallacy to think that children are happy. 

Here I sit; there you sit; both, I doubt not, chock-full of the most interesting experiences, ideas, emotions; yet how communicate?

Definitions:

fallacy:
1. a false idea that many people believe is true;
2. a false way of think about sth;

chock-full:
chockfull:
1. crammed with something;
2. very full, especially with things that are pleasant or enjoyable;

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