I Love Virginia Woolf

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    Waves of Words

    The extent to which she experimented with words, sounds and the flow of language in a stream of consciousness.  The genius of The Waves and Mrs Dalloway and how they were so groundbreaking.  The passion invested in her work:  "For this is the truth about our...
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    1 Response Jun 8, 2008

    She Writes It Like It Is

    Spent my life so far wondering "who else can see what I can see".... Found her..... The waves describes everything exactly the way it seems to me: what it is to be a conscious self, sounds, time, the resonance (or not) between people, lateral connections that cut across...
    Biffo2 Biffo2
    51-55, M
    4 Responses Aug 3, 2009

    New Show based On Mrs. Dalloway

    I have always been a big Virginia Woolf fan but recently my love for her has grown, because I have been working on a show in NYC with RipeTIme called Septimus and Clarissa. It is an adaptation that uses original music and movement to create an adaptation of this beautiful book...
    Ripetime Ripetime
    Jul 25, 2011

    Mrs. Dalloway

    One of the best books in the world to analyze. I love Virginia Woolf as a person, too. If you haven't read a biography about her you really should. She was such an amazing person who took in everything and who knew too much. She could see the "everything" behind the...
    SweetbriarPoet SweetbriarPoet
    26-30, F
    2 Responses Jun 27, 2008

    Ah, The Sheer Exuberance

     God she writes so, so beautifully the sheer pleasure of sound and words is vastly enough to keep me utterly mesmerized. Then there is the depth of it all, it's like she stares into your soul and widens it to become the whole world. (I don't really like using the...
    emanon89 emanon89
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Jan 13, 2010
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