Interpretative Reading of Virginia Woolf's "The Waves": Narrative, Time and Self (Studies in British Literature S. v. 37)
By: Kevin Alexander Boon (author)Hardback
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This is a study of The Waves by Virginia Woolf.
A Woolf in the waves (a self with many "I's" - human writing); language, light and sea (narrative, self and silence - Bernard and the written self); now is not time (being, body and moment - seeing without an I); ordering a round life (narrative life and the impulse to write - waves of chaos, waves of order); perceiving the moment per se (narrating the experience of perception - beyond the veil); identifying selves and individual identities - Bernard and the stuttering "I".
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