Mrs. Dalloway is an exemplary piece of ‘modernist literature’ in which she wonderfully incorporates her well- known narrative technique of ‘stream of consciousness’.
As Clarissa maneuvers towards the autumn of her life, along with some physical changes, she goes through some psychological complexities. She recalls and relives her past days while performing her everyday chores in the present time, and experiences the changes that have come in her life…
In the novel, Virginia Woolf constantly examines the position of women in society and their struggles in personal lives.
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