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ReReading 'Mrs. Dalloway' at the same age as Mrs. Dalloway: 'I will gather the folds of my life together, in the way Clarissa does'

ReReading 'Mrs. Dalloway' at the same age as Mrs. Dalloway: 'I will gather the folds of my life together, in the way Clarissa does'
ReReading 'Mrs. Dalloway' at the same age as Mrs. Dalloway: 'I will gather the folds of my life together, in the way Clarissa does'
This personal essay was listed by its editor as one of the three best she published on LitHub in 2017. Prompted by the discovery that I had reached the same age as Virginia Woolf's character, I circle around interpretations of 'Mrs. Dalloway' in my many years of reading the novel, and what the book means to me personally and as a writer. It is a creative output of the type I teach in HUMA3011/6015 Narrative Non-Fiction, and feeds into the potential Text/Image impact study within Humanities.
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Burns, Carole
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Burns, Carole
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Burns, Carole (2017) ReReading 'Mrs. Dalloway' at the same age as Mrs. Dalloway: 'I will gather the folds of my life together, in the way Clarissa does'.

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This personal essay was listed by its editor as one of the three best she published on LitHub in 2017. Prompted by the discovery that I had reached the same age as Virginia Woolf's character, I circle around interpretations of 'Mrs. Dalloway' in my many years of reading the novel, and what the book means to me personally and as a writer. It is a creative output of the type I teach in HUMA3011/6015 Narrative Non-Fiction, and feeds into the potential Text/Image impact study within Humanities.

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Published date: 3 August 2017

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Local EPrints ID: 420122
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/420122
PURE UUID: 07fdf4d5-d613-442b-9d3d-2154ff964f24

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Date deposited: 27 Apr 2018 16:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:34

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