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Swithin

, Swithun
Saint. died 862 ad, English ecclesiastic: bishop of Winchester (?852--862). Feast day: July 15
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Some then disappeared altogether St Mildred, Bread Street; St Swithin, London Stone-while others were restored: some accurately, but many in a deliberately different form internally (compared with, say, Warsaw or Leningrad, London's post-war record of historic restoration is unimpressive).
Woolf's fictional pasts are themselves notoriously allusive; most characters who attempt to pin down history in the scuttle of the present often find themselves trapped in almost prehistoric environs, as does the "batty" Lucy Swithin in Between the Acts (1941).
Therefore, Bart clings to "reason" and "solitude," Lucy Swithin relies on superstition and religion, and Isa and Miss La Trobe, the director of the pageant play, devote themselves to the poetic flow and artistic vision (BA 183).
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The framing narrative of Between the Acts focuses on six central characters: the patriarch Bartholomew Oliver, his elderly widowed sister, Lucy Swithin, her London stockbroker son Giles Oliver, his wife Isa, and their uninvited guests William Dodge, a homosexual artist, and Mrs.