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Santa Cruz Travel on The other is remembered as terror or distaste, as in her fear of her face in the mirror, or her memory of the abuse by Gerald Duckworth, or of her inability to step over a puddle or past a certain apple tree. 256 Waves TheO/y: An Anachronistic Reading One example of an ecstatic memory is of seeing a flower in the garden at St. Ives with spread out leaves that led Woolfto exclaim, That is the whole (ME, 71): 1 was looking at a plant with a spread ofleaves; and it seemed suddenly plain that the flower itself was a part of the earth; that a ring enclosed what was the flower; and that was the real flower; part earth; part flower (ME, 71). Another example, the earliest of aIl, is of lying half asleep, half awake, in bed in the nursery at St. Ives. It is ofhearing the waves breaking, one, two, one, two, and sending a splash of water over the beach; and then breaking, one two, one, two, behind a yellow blind .. Santa Cruz Travel 2016.

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