Monday, August 04, 2008

Mrs. Dalloway resources

Mrs. Dalloway, London: Hogarth Press, 1925. Dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.
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It is difficult--perhaps impossible--for a writer to say anything about his own work. All he has to say has been said as fully and as well as he can in the body of the book itself. If he has failed to make his meaning clear there it is scarcely likely that he will succeed in some pages of preface or postscript. -- Virginia Woolf, Introduction to Mrs. Dalloway, The Modern Library edition, 1928.

I have already posted some online Virginia Woolf resources (including To The Lighthouse links)

The only resources I posted in the above link for Mrs. Dalloway:

University of Alabama in Huntsville seminar page
      Notes on the lecture

And a few more links, in random order:

Mrs. Dalloway free e-text

Adrianna Bayer, Humboldt State University: class notes on Clarissa and other characters

ReadingGroupGuides' discussion questions for Mrs. Dalloway

Dr. Elisa Kay Sparks' Links for Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway

Mrs. Dalloway, New York: The Modern Library, 1928.
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