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The daughter of a literary household of means, Katherine Hilbery has distanced herself from romantic entanglements in favor of a life of intellectual pursuits. Mary Datchet, the daughter of a country vicar, has chosen to focus her attentions on supporting the suffrage movement. But when confronted with offers of marriage from unlikely suitors, both women must determine whether or not there is room for love in the lives they have chosen to lead. One of Virginia Woolf's earliest novels, Night and Day examines each woman's thoughts on love, marriage, and personal fulfillment in Edwardian England.

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