Julia: You can't see that Louis Waters is weird?
Clarissa Vaughn: I can see that he's sad.
Julia: Well. All of your friends are sad.

Clarissa Vaughan: Just to let you know I am making the crab thing. Not that I imagine it makes any difference to you.
Richard Brown: Of course it makes a difference. I love the crab thing.

Virginia Woolf: Do you think I may one day escape?
Vanessa Bell: One day.

I know, you think am I still up for this, all this intensity, all those arguments, doors being slammed, well, you know what it's like.

Louis Waters

Angelica Bell: What happens when we die?
Virginia Woolf: What happens?
[pause]
Virginia Woolf: We return to the place that we came from.
Angelica Bell: I don't remember where I came from.
Virginia Woolf: Nor do I.

It's a terrible thing, to outlive your entire family.

Laura Brown

Someone has to die in order that the rest of us should value life more. It's contrast.

Virginia Woolf

Why is everything wrong?

Clarissa Vaughn

Obviously, you... feel unworthy. Gives you feelings of unworthiness. You survive and they don't.

Laura Brown

Oh, Mrs. Dalloway... Always giving parties to cover the silence.

Richard Brown

Why do I always have to sit next to the exes? Is this some kind of a hint, sweetheart? Anyway, shouldn't the exes have a table of their own, where they can all ex together in ex-quisite agony?

Sally

It would be wonderful to say you regretted it. It would be easy. But what does it mean? What does it mean to regret when you have no choice? It's what you can bear. There it is. No one's going to forgive me. It was death. I chose life.

Laura Brown

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