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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Virginia Woolf

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“Orlando, My Political Biography” is simultaneously a recreation of scenes from Woolf’s novel, a reflection on the meaning of gender within a disadvantaged community and a response to Woolf herself, as well as the continued relevance of her novel.
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“Orlando, My Political Biography” is simultaneously a recreation of scenes from Woolf’s novel, a reflection on the meaning of gender within a disadvantaged community and a response to Woolf herself, as well as the continued relevance of her novel.
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“Just the phrase ‘pink bikini’ makes me laugh. It’s ludicrous,” Potter said. “I really did see a pink bikini in this shop window and I thought, ‘if I get that bikini, my life would be different. I’ll be attractive.'"
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“Just the phrase ‘pink bikini’ makes me laugh. It’s ludicrous,” Potter said. “I really did see a pink bikini in this shop window and I thought, ‘if I get that bikini, my life would be different. I’ll be attractive.'"
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Stories continually circulate through our veins. They touch our very hearts — in through the pulmonary vein, out through the aorta.
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Stories continually circulate through our veins. They touch our very hearts — in through the pulmonary vein, out through the aorta.
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Last year, I had the time to read several books — and stumbled upon a few stirring quotes in particular — that helped me clarify my view of the past.
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Last year, I had the time to read several books — and stumbled upon a few stirring quotes in particular — that helped me clarify my view of the past.
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It is interesting to consider how, and to what degree, can a moment in time somehow morph into an expression that will last for years to come.
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It is interesting to consider how, and to what degree, can a moment in time somehow morph into an expression that will last for years to come.
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I have always liked money. Not in the Kanye West “Gold Digger” way, but in the Destiny’s Child “Independent Women” kind of way.
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I have always liked money. Not in the Kanye West “Gold Digger” way, but in the Destiny’s Child “Independent Women” kind of way.
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