Virginia woolf and the real world
Virginia Woolf and the Real World by Alex Zwerdling
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941)[br]Alex Zwerdling, [i]Virginia Woolf and the Real World[/i]
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Virginia Woolf and the real world
Gillian Beer. Virginia Woolf , Biography and memoirs , Biography , Literature and literary criticism , Critical theory , , , Zwerdling and Ruotolo recognise the urgency with which Woolf responds to the current moment in her final work. Ruotolo discovers a hoped-for continuity: what is interrupted is resumed, though changed in form by interruption. These can be formulated in abstract terms such as socialism, fascism, feminism, patriarchy, imperialism, militarism: but Zwerdling never loses sight of how specific, how fundamental, and yet how unemphatically present, such issues are in her writing. The fish cannot see the whole stream: nor, she suggests, can she.