“Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself.” So begins Virginia Woolf’s most famous stream-of-consciousness narrative Mrs. Dalloway. Simply put, the whole novel is about Clarissa Dalloway’s preparation for a party. Obviously there’s more to it than that, but this sounds like the sort of thing your teenage cousin mindlessly tweets about, doesn’t it? Woolf, or course, would run circles around your little cuz with her prose – assuming she can figure out that iPhone first.