itseasyjusttolookaway
But all that evening she could not take her eyes off Sally. It was an extraordinary beauty of the kind she most admired, dark, large-eyed, with that quality which, since she hadn’t got it herself, she always envied — a sort of abandonment, as if she could say anything, do anything; a quality much commoner in foreigners than in Englishwomen.
Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf (via itseasyjusttolookaway)
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