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Books About "Mrs. Dalloway"

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Virginia Woolf was revolutionizing the art of literature and creating a new literary form when she published "Mrs. Dalloway" in 1925. In this novel, Woolf explores many of life's dualities: life/death, sanity/insanity, and more. Read more about Clarissa Dalloway and Virginia Woolf's famous novel, "Mrs. Dalloway."

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1. Mrs. Dalloway Reader

The Mrs. Dalloway Reader
by Virginia Woolf, and Francine Prose (Editor). Harcourt. From the publisher: "This first volume of its kind contains the complete text of and guide to Virginia Woolf's masterpiece, plus Mrs. Dalloway's Party and numerous journal entries and letters by Virginia Woolf relating to the book's genesis and writing. The distinguished novelist Francine Prose has selected these pieces as well as essays and appreciations, critical views, and commentary by writers famous and unknown."

2. Mrs. Dalloway

by Virginia Woolf. Harcourt. From the publisher: "Heralded as Virginia Woolf's greatest novel, this is a vivid portrait of a single day in a woman's life. When we meet her, Mrs. Clarissa Dalloway is preoccupied with the last-minute details of party preparation while in her mind she is something much more than a perfect society hostess."
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3. Virginia Woolf "the Hours"

by Virginia Woolf, and Helen M. Wussow (Editor). University Publishing Association. From the publisher: "Helen Wussow's critical introduction provides a provocative reading of "The Hours", the process of writing, and contemporary theories of textual editing. 'The Hours': The British Museum Manuscript of 'Mrs. Dalloway' is a major contribution to the study of Virginia Woolf, modern literature, and the politics of editing."
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4. Mrs. Dalloway (DVD) (1997)

by Marleen Gorris (Director). View this critically acclaimed adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel. This movie stars: Vanessa Redgrave, Natascha McElhone, Rupert Graves, and more.
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5. Mrs. Dalloway's Party

by Virginia Woolf. Harcourt. From the publisher: "Wonderfully captivating, the seven stories in 'Mrs. Dalloway's Party' create a dynamic and delightful portrait of what Woolf called 'party consciousness.' As parallel expressions of the themes of Mrs. Dalloway, these stories provide a valuable window into Woolf's writing mind and a further testament to her extraordinary genius."
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