Mrs Dalloway (2012)
Mrs Dalloway is a novel that details a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway in post-World War I. It is one of Virginia Woolf's best-known novels. London 1923. The First World War has been over for five years, but the effects are still being felt all round the metropolis. A socialite and politician's wife prepares for one of her famous parties while somewhere else in the city an old friend contemplates the pain of past and present love, a war veteran struggles with his inner demons, and other characters live out the uncertainties and dramas of post-war English society. All touch each other in some way with their actions, directly or obliquely. ELI Publishing, 2012 Retold by Richard J. Larkham. Illustrated by Antonio Marinoni CEFR Level: C1 (Advanced) Audio CD, 14,8x21 cm, 144 pages.
- ASIN: 8853613017
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This collection of essays contains some of the most important pieces of criticism of the twentieth century, including the classics 'The Aesthetics of Silence', a brilliant account of language, thought and consciousness, and 'Trip to Hanoi', written during the Vietnam War. Here too is an excoriating account of America's identity and future, a robust and surprising discussion of pornography and other richly rewarding writings on art, film, literature and politics.
- ASIN: B00BQ4NI80