I’m grateful for Sadie over at Sadie’s Spotlight for sharing about my novel today on this, the fifth day of… Read more Day Five: Books I’m Reading
Tag: literary criticism
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Welcome to Orlando!
And now we start in on our third Woolf book, Orlando. We’re going to take this one slowly, so I… Read more Welcome to Orlando!
This is one of my favorite passages in Lighthouse. As a human, this has always been my goal, to pay… Read more Ordinary Mysteries
Saying Farewell to Mrs. Dalloway
Privileging the inner person, the interior self, Mrs. Dalloway reminds us that what is within is more important and richer… Read more Saying Farewell to Mrs. Dalloway
The Fountain of St. James Court; or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman
Our “Dallodays” are almost over, alas, How’d the month go so fast? I simply cannot let it go by without… Read more The Fountain of St. James Court; or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman
First Second Impressions
Here are my murky first “second” impressions of Mrs. Dalloway. I was taught by a wise professor to read a… Read more First Second Impressions
An Outing with Mrs. Dalloway and Company
For those interested in virtually following the characters in Mrs. Dalloway as they go about their day, may I suggest… Read more An Outing with Mrs. Dalloway and Company
A Very Good Place to Start
So far I’ve danced around the edges of this novel, Mrs. Dalloway, because I like to warm up and I… Read more A Very Good Place to Start
The Evocative Original Mrs. Dalloway Cover Art
Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf’s artist sister, painted many of Woolf’s book covers, including Mrs. Dalloway. The simple but not simplistic… Read more The Evocative Original Mrs. Dalloway Cover Art
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