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Mrs. Dalloway - Virginia Woolf, Mark Hussey, Bonnie Kime Scott, Random House
Mrs. Dalloway
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780156030359
Publisher: Harvest
Pages no: 225
Edition language: English
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Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd rated it
2.0 A Day in the Life of London's Upper Crust
Somebody, who is no longer on Goodreads, once wrote in a review to this book that the best way to read it is while wandering around London. Well, I actually tried that but I encountered a number of problems, one of them not so much being that it is really hard walking through Whitechapel reading a b...
Blyth Book Blog
Blyth Book Blog rated it
4.0 Mrs. Dalloway
I had never read anything by Virginia Woolf so thought I ought to give it a try. Slow going at first but I eventually caught on. Re-reading at least the beginning helped it make more sense. It takes a bit of time to understand the writing style, how the point of view is always internal and jumps wit...
Mikka liest das Leben
Mikka liest das Leben rated it
5.0 Das Gefühl, etwas Gewaltiges werde sich gleich ereignen
Die Handlung: Das ganze Buch spielt sich an einem einzigen Tag im Juni des Jahres 1923 ab. Die ältliche Mrs Dalloway bereitet am Morgen und Vormittag eine Festlichkeit vor, bei der sie alte Freunde und Bekannte wieder zusammenführen will. Dabei trifft sie einen alten Verehrer wieder, der gerade au...
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it
2.5 No Thanks
I'm totally over a barrel here. I thought Virginia Woolf's writing was spectacular. I didn't like most of the characters.I was satisfied with the since of place. Gosh, how I didn't like this story overall and I kept thinking 'Please let this end'.
Modern Reader
Modern Reader rated it
2.0 Mrs. Dalloway
I thought it was boring. I got half way through and stopped because it doesn't fit my mood. I like the character Septimus Smith. It was not badly written at all. I just prefer active stories where things happen outside of the head as well as within. It's a great melancholic "let's think about this" ...
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