By Lisbeth Larsson
This cutting edge quantity employs theoretical instruments from the sector of literary geography to discover Virginia Woolf’s writing and the ways that she constructs her human topics. It follows the routes of characters from The Voyage, Jacob’s Room, Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse and extra as they stroll round London, demonstrating how Woolf constructs the characters in her tales in a really politically wakeful approach. As Larsson argues, none of Woolf’s characters may be able to stroll simply wherever, at any time in heritage, or at any time of the day. Time, position, gender, and sophistication shape the stipulations of lifestyles that the characters needs to settle for or problem.
Featuring an array of exact maps, Walking Virginia Woolf’s London: An research in Literary Geography brings a desirable new viewpoint to Virginia Woolf’s paintings. it's crucial analyzing for students of modernist literature or geocriticism.