“But this question of love ( she thought , putting her coat away ) , this falling in love with women . Take Sally Seton ; her relation in the old days with Sally Seton . Had not that , after all , been love ?(Woolf, 46)”
Woolf seamlessly weaves memories of the past into the present narrative to explore Mrs. Dalloway’s feelings on the things happening around her. In this quote, Mrs. Dalloway sinks into a memory while dwelling on the nature of love after her husband leaves to attend a party without her.