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Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

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Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
Plot
Characters
Judita Ondrušeková, 2AJETb
Žofia Vodová, 2MJAJb
Virginia Woolf (1882 - 1941)
English novelist, essayer, publisher, critic
one of the foremost
modernists
of the 20th century
central figure of the
Bloomsbury Group
Mrs. Dalloway (1925)
To the Lighthouse (1927)
Orlando (1928)
A Room of One's Own (1929) - a book length essay
created from two short stories:
Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street
and
the

Prime Minister
Mrs. Dalloway
Characters - Solution
It is I who am blocking the way, he thought.
"I will kill myself";
an awful thing to say. Suppose they had heard him? She looked at the
crowd. Help, help!
So the room was an attic; the bed narrow; and lying there reading, for she slept badly, ...
The whole world might have turned upside down!
She would mend it.
Subject Matters
Warfare
Theme(s)
Fear no more the heat of the sun.

Truth is a matter of perspective.
Thank you for your attention! :)
"Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself."
"Mrs. Dalloway will see me," said the elderly man in the hall.
...because he could see no future for a poet in Stroud; and so, making a confidant of his little sister, had gone to London...
Setting(s)
Setting
(time)
a day in June, 1923,
summer in the 1890s
Setting
(place)
London (Regent Park)
Bourton
Other facts
Genre
:
Psychological novel
Tone
:
Melancholic
POV
:
Third person omniscient
Narrative technique
:
POV changes several times during the course of the novel (
perspectivism
), introspection,
stream of consciousness
Woolf began to write the novel in 1922 in Sussex and finished it in London in 1924
she could not dispel a virginity preserved through childbirth which clung to her like a sheet.
She would wear it to-night.
"Oh yes,
she will see
me
,"
"My name is Dalloway!"
And there was Elizabeth closeted all this time with Doris Kilman. Anything more nauseating she
could not conceive. Prayer at this hour with that woman.
Fear no more.
Life was good.
Suicide
Death
Post-war society
Mental illness
The past
Memories
Time
Isolation
Communication
PERSPECTIVISM
IMPRESSIONISM
EXPERIMENTATION (in form)
INNER REALITY
TYPICAL THEMES
LANGUAGE
TIME
Modernism
Symbols, allusions, foreshadowing
...and last, but not least...
Fear no more the heat of the sun.
How fresh, how calm, stiller than this of course, the air was in the early morning; like the flap of a wave; the kiss of a wave; chill and sharp and yet (for a girl of eighteen as she then was) solemn, feeling as she did, standing there at the open window, that
something awful was about to happen; ...
Fear no more the heat o' the sun,
Nor the furious winter's rages;
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