Virginia Woolf on Marriage Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Virginia Woolf on Marriage
This paper discusses the views of Virginia Woolf regarding marriage.
# 72369 | 1,125 words | 4 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Literature (English) , Women Studies (Marriage)

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In this article, the writer uses the novels of Virginia Woolf to examine her views on marriage. The writer discusses specific characters in marriages who must subjugate themselves to the masculine other. The writer also includes biographical information on the author.

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"Virginia Woolf was an exceptional figure in English literature whose work has often been embraced by feminist literary critics because of Woolf's special understanding of the ways in which women approach and experience marriage. The thesis to be addressed in the report is that through characters such as Clarissa Dalloway and Lily Briscoe, Woolf depicts marriages in which women are required to subjugate the self to the masculine other, thus denying their autonomy and their wholeness and necessitating a choice between the self and the ... "

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