"Some Collaboration Has to Take Place in the Mind": Androgyny and Creative Dialogue in Three Works by Virginia Woolf
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This thesis explores Virginia Woolf's concept of creative androgyny as it is conveyed in three of her works: A Room of One's Own, Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse. My reading explores the 'androgynous vision' from a Bakhtinian perspective, seeing it as metaphorical of dialogue and thus an ethical as well as aesthetic principle.
PublisherThe University of Bergen
- English 132
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