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Mrs. Dalloway - Virginia Woolf Reviews

Mrs. Dalloway - Let it sink in.

Mar 11, 2011 05:14 PM 2624 Views

Given my credentials of not having attempted a single review in my life, I think a ‘Mrs. Dalloway review’ is almost at the edge of travesty. To be frank, I believe there may be very few among us, who could actually do justice to a book as compelling a Mrs. Dalloway. I was drawn to the book fo...Read More

Mrs Dalloway- the book

Sep 20, 2005 04:44 PM 4647 Views

Story Its a hot day in June, 1923, as the wealthy upper-middle class Clarissa Dalloway prepares to throw a party for her friends. She is the wife of Richard Dalloway, an affluent Member of Parliament. Its just a matter of one day when a chain of everyday events are traced. As the day begins, ...Read More

Reminiscences

Aug 26, 2005 01:06 PM 3668 Views

Reminiscences Mrs. Dalloway is a novel of inner consciousness, more so picturing one day in the life of a woman, suggesting all that she could have experienced years before and contemplating all that should have happened, had she been true to her self, after becoming a mother (meaning old).Mr...Read More

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The extreme !

May 06, 2004 12:31 PM 4514 Views

I titled my review as 'the extreme' because Mrs Dalloway is a test that stretches your brain cells' up to their extremes. I am yet to encounter an author who is more imaginative than V. Woolf. It just shows how absorbed she was while writing. Her maverick way of writing proves that she was no...Read More

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Title : Stream of consciousness

Sep 02, 2003 01:12 AM 8156 Views

The thing to remember about Virginia first of all is the correct spelling of her name - Woolf, not Wolf. Like the great Romantic poets or Van Gogh, or Jackson Pollock, Virginia Woolf was not looking over her shoulder to decide how and what she ought to write. Her writing (I wish to write abou...Read More

Ah Mrs. Dalloway, buy the flowers already!

Jul 03, 2003 01:46 PM 14404 Views

Mrs. Dalloway by the quintessential woman writer of the last century is about a woman trying to buy flowers for her party. The books dives headfirst into the thought processes of Mrs. Dalloway. There is no form as thoughts are not subjected to thesis sentences and chapters. Mrs. Dalloway is n...Read More


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