Generally acknowledged as one of the major innovative novelists of the twentieth century, Virginia Woolf is best known, perhaps, for her distinctive use of stream of consciousness in her novels.
Through her works, she constantly seemed to examine the position and the struggles of women. Being a significant figure in London literary society, her works reflect her strong feminist approach towards life in the twentieth century patriarchal society. Works like Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse, depict the physical as well as the psychological complexities that a woman goes through in her life.
This volume brings together a collection of her finest and most representative works of fiction - A Room of One’s Own, To the Lighthouse and Mrs. Dalloway.
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