Tuesday, May 3, 2016

jolly & cloister

Quotations:

Complete Works of Virginia Woolf: The Voyage Out

"Good, then, is indefinable," he read out. "How jolly to think that's going on still!

I can remember arguing until five in the morning with Duffy - now Secretary for India - pacing round and round those cloisters until we decided it was too late to go to bed, and we went for a ride instead. 

Definitions:

jolly:
1. happy and cheerful;
2. enjoyable;

cloister:
1. a covered passage with arches around a square garden, usually forming part of a cathedral, convent or monastery.
2. life in a convent or monastery;

No comments:

Post a Comment