Orlando
by Virginia Woolf
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First published in 1974, this is the impossible fantasy of Orlando, whose life takes her through three centuries as both a man and woman. Triumphing over anatomy in her ability to choose her own sexual destiny, this is a story full of imagination, perception and wit.

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When the sound of the Archduke’s chariot wheels died away, the cry that rose to her lips was “Life! A Lover!” not “Life! A Husband!”
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When the sound of the Archduke’s chariot wheels died away, the cry that rose to her lips was “Life! A Lover!” not “Life! A Husband!”
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