Virginia Woolf (January 25, - March 28, ) was a English author and feminist. Born Adeline Virginia Stephens in London she was brought up and. Free Books of English Literature in English, PDF, ePub, Mobi, Fb2, Azw3, Kindle. Notes: Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogart Press, 52 Tavistock Square, London W. C., Except where otherwise noted, all the contents published in this website are in the Public Domain. This includes original texts, translations and book covers.

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    Tell others about this book Lorem About Virginia Woolf's Greek Tragedy In Woolf's writings Greece and Greek tragedy in particular shape an exoticized aesthetic space that both emerges from and enables critique of the cosy settings and colonialist conceits of elite and largely male British attitudes toward culture and politics. Rather than highlighting Woolf's exclusion from male intellectual purviews, as so many scholars have emphasized, this book urges attention on how her engagements with Greek tragedy both collude with and challenge modernist aesthetics and contemporary politics. Woolf's encounters with and uses of Greek tragedy fantasize an alternative perceptual capacity that correlates to feminine and feminist modes, which are depicted in her writings as alternately defiant and choral. In this scheme, Greek tragedy is something of a dreamland, the mysterious dynamics of which Woolf treats as transcending cultural attitudes that hinge upon imperialist adventuring and violence. As scholars have recognized, especially in recent decades, the exoticizing gestures central to the work of so many modernists have uncomfortable political underpinnings, since they frequently inhabit imperialist and colonialist perspectives while appearing to critique them. Unlike most scholars, Nancy Worman argues that Woolf is no exception, although the feminism and humour that inflects so many "Greek" elements in her work saves it from the worst offenses. Table of contents 1. Gender and Primitivist "Greek" Aesthetics 2. Electra and the Materialities of Tragic Language 3. A specialist in Greek drama, Worman focuses on Woolf's engagement with representations of gender in the tragedies as the author shaped her evolving aesthetics of loss as a modernist and feminist writing in an era of late British imperialism and postwar recovery … Summing Up: Recommended. She stands in a genealogy of feminist scholars who have investigated the gendered dynamics of the ancient genre … The book exemplifies what classical reception can pull off at its best As the first installment of the Bloomsbury series Classical Receptions in Twentieth Century Writing, it sets a high bar for the rest of the series … A critical triumph without the cultural triumphalism. This fascinating book teaches us new ways to read Virginia Woolf through Greek tragedy, and Greek tragedy through Virginia Woolf-with a renewed sense of urgency for contemporary readers.

    Mrs. Dalloway

    Foxcroft at the Embassy last night eating her heart out because that nice boy was killed and now the old Manor House must go to a cousin; or Lady Bexborough who opened a bazaar, they said, with the telegram in her hand, John, her favourite, killed; but it was over; thank Heaven — over. It was June.

    The King and Queen were at the Palace. But how strange, on entering the Park, the silence; the mist; the hum; the slow-swimming happy ducks; the pouched birds waddling; and who should be coming along with his back against the Government buildings, most appropriately, carrying a despatch box stamped with the Royal Arms, who but Hugh Whitbread; her old friend Hugh — the admirable Hugh!

    Was Evelyn ill again? Evelyn was a good deal out of sorts, said Hugh, intimating by a kind of pout or swell of his very well-covered, manly, extremely handsome, perfectly upholstered body he was almost too well dressed always, but presumably had to be, with his little job at Court that his wife had some internal ailment, nothing serious, which, as an old friend, Clarissa Dalloway would quite understand without requiring him to specify.

    Ah yes, she did of course; what a nuisance; and felt very sisterly and oddly conscious at the same time of her hat.

    Not the right hat for the early morning, was that it? A more candid, sullen face it would be impossible to find. Happy the mother who bears, happier still the biographer who records the life of such a one! Never need she vex herself, nor he invoke the help of novelist or poet.

    From deed to deed, from glory to glory, from office to office he must go, his scribe following after, till they reach whatever seat it may be that is the height of their desire. Orlando, to look at, was cut out precisely for some such career.

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    The red of the cheeks was covered with peach down; the down on the lips was only a little thicker than the down on the cheeks. The lips themselves were short and slightly drawn back over teeth of an exquisite and almond whiteness. Nothing disturbed the arrowy nose in its short, tense flight; the hair was dark, the ears small, and fitted closely to the head. But, alas, that these catalogues of youthful beauty cannot end without mentioning forehead and eyes. Alas, that people are seldom born devoid of all three; for directly we glance at Orlando standing by the window, we must admit that he had eyes like drenched violets, so large that the water seemed to have brimmed in them and widened them; and a brow like the swelling of a marble dome pressed between the two blank medallions which were his temples.

    Directly we glance at eyes and forehead, thus do we rhapsodize. As this was a lot of work, I would greatly appreciate if you could send me a short message, should you find any mistakes.

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