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"For the great plateful of blue water was before her; the hoary Lighthouse, distant, austere, in the midst; and on the right, as far as the eye could see, fading and falling, in soft low pleats, the green sand dunes with the wild flowing grasses on them, which always seems to be running away into some moon country, uninhabited of men."  Virginia Woolf,  To the Lighthouse

"For the great plateful of blue water was before her; the hoary Lighthouse, distant, austere, in the midst; and on the right, as far as the eye could see, fading and falling, in soft low pleats, the green sand dunes with the wild flowing grasses on them, which always seems to be running away into some moon country, uninhabited of men."

Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse