1 of 5
To explain how she arrived at her thesis, Woolf’s narrator says she will use “all the liberties and licenses” of ___.

2 of 5
To what does the narrator compare her lost idea after being interrupted on the riverbank by the Beadle?

3 of 5
What university event does the narrator describe as having lit “the rich yellow flame of rational conversation”?

4 of 5
In what part of the body does the narrator describe a “lamp” lighting with the sense of power and possibility?

5 of 5
In the closing to Chapter 1, the narrator reflects that “urbanity, geniality, and dignity” are the offspring of ___.