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Late Autumn (1960, Japan)

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 Ilya Repin

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Early Spring (1956, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)

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Always, Mrs Ramsay felt, one helped oneself out of solitude reluctantly by laying hold of some little odd and end, some sound, some sight. She listened, but it was all very still; cricket was over; the children were in their baths; there was only the sound of the sea. She stopped knitting; she held the long reddish-brown stocking dangling in her hands in a moment. She saw the light again. With some irony in her interrogation, for when one woke at all, one’s relations changed, she looked at the steady light, the pitiless, the remorseless, which was so much her, yet so little her, which had her at its beck and call (she woke in the night and saw it bent across their bed, stroking the floor), but for all that she thought, watching it with fascination, hypnotized, as if it were stroking with its silver fingers some sealed vessel in her brain whose bursting would flood her with delight, she had known happiness, exquisite happiness, intense happiness, and it silvered the rough waves a little more brightly, as daylight faded, and the blue went out of the sea and it rolled in waves of pure lemon which curved and swelled and broke upon the beach and the ecstasy burst in her eyes and waves of pure delight raced over the floor of her mind and she felt, It is enough! It is enough!

Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse

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also, my actual actual schedule is:

Contemporary Civilization
Human Species: Its Place in Nature with Jill Shapiro
Literary Texts and Critical Methods with Jenny Davidson
Medieval Experimental Poetry with Eleanor Johnson
Intermediate Greek: Prose with Nancy Worman

final greek quiz of the year today! verbal adjectives, accusative absolute, some new temporal clauses and whatnot. i haven’t been studying on my own very hard lately but i’m ready to do two hours of straight studying

also, if anyone has good links to different translations of the beginning of the iliad, that’s basically our assignment today—to find some and bring them in—so GIVE ME

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The final count is two gold nuggets, two silvers, and a phantom