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Mrs Dalloway

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❶The literature of World War I and the interwar period.

Complex, Psychological

by Virginia Woolf
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1. Writing Style of Virginia Woolf 2. As one of the most prominent literary figures of the 20thC,she is widely admired for her technical innovations in the novel, most notably her development of narrative subjectivity. —— 《 Virginia Woolf : Her writing of silence in To The Lighthouse 》 .

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(That would be like this: "he asked himself why on earth Shmoop was still talking about writing style.") Finally, and most notably, Woolf gives us free indirect speech (a.k.a. free indirect discourse).

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Style. In fact, many argue that the actual story of the novel itself takes get put on the backburner in favor the form with which it's told. That's one of the hallmarks of Modernist literature: the typical meat-and-potatoes of plot and character sit in the back seat, while previously overlooked aspects like style and structure get to sit up front and drive (if you can even picture that). Mar 30,  · Virginia Woolf is an influential author because of her unique style, incorporations of symbolism and use of similes and metaphors in her literature, specifically in Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, and The Resolved.

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Watch video · Virginia Woolf’s dance between literary expression and personal desolation would continue for the rest of her life. In , she began writing professionally as a contributor for The Times Literary Jan 25, Virginia Woolf on Writing and Self-Doubt Consolation for those moments when you can’t tell whether you’re “the divinest genius or the greatest fool in the world.” By Maria Popova.