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Mrs. Dalloway revisited

by cheri After visiting the Westminster, St. James’ Park, and the Piccadilly areas of London in June, I felt that I simply must reread Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway.   And so I am rereading. What a brilliant work of literature! … Continue reading

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To the Lighthouse with Mrs. Dalloway

 by cheri block I read Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse several years ago. At first, I resisted her style, often harrumphing about her scattered stream of  consciousness and disorder that defy categorization. Irritated, perhaps, by the stop and start … Continue reading

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