Common Thematic Elements In Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway

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Usage of Common Thematic Elements in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway? Introduction Upon first glance, it is easy for the reader to perceive that Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway as an ordinary day of a women that goes through a rush day in order to finish organizations for the upcoming party. However, if one invests enough time exploring the novel, a different conclusion about the novel might emerge. Written by Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway details the day in the life of the protagonist Clarissa Dalloway, who is a high society woman living in post-World War I England, who is living an unhappy life with his husband Richard, creates an intangible bond with the novels other protagonist Septimus, who she has never seen. Throughout the plot, the reader encounters time shits from present to future and vice versa.…show more content…
Dalloway was written. Virginia Woolf portrays how war caused physiological disorders on the society. The devastating trench warfare hadn’t made man more masculine nor turned them into heroes of the society, on the contrary, it drove them crazy and mad. Woolf lit up the darkness behind the truth of post-traumatic stress disorder, which was a serious disorder that impacted many survivors of the World War I, through the point of our main protagonist Clarissa Dalloway, who suffers her own physiological disorder, in other words the oppression of the typical English Society. Juxtaposed with the secondary protagonist of the novel, Septimus, the book is also expressed through the view of a war survivor who is heavily

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