The English author Virginia Woolf chronicled a woman’s first flight in “Flying over London,” an undated short piece that she most likely wrote in the late 1920s or 1930s.1
The airplane journey began. There were fifty to sixty airplanes grounded “like a flock of grasshoppers” in a shed, a Moth plane among them. The propeller engine started and the pilot made the plane “roar.” The Moth took off, sped-up, and the air travelers ascended....
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