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Mrs. Dalloway

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Virginia Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway," originally published in 1925, delves into a single day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, an upper-class Londoner married to a Member of Parliament. The novel explores the subjective nature of time through various narratives, notably Clarissa's as she prepares for and hosts a party, and that of Septimus Warren Smith, a World War I veteran grappling with post-traumatic stress disorder. Widely regarded as a groundbreaking work of twentieth-century literary fiction, "Mrs. Dalloway" captures the nuances of personal experience.

The story unfolds bookended by moments in Clarissa's day, revealing her varied moods—from delight to despondency. As a seemingly disillusioned socialite, Clarissa's demeanor hints at suppressed symptoms of depression. The narrative introduces unexpected events, such as a loud car noise and skywriting by a plane, triggering diverse reactions among the characters. Upon Clarissa's return home, her former lover Peter makes an appearance, reigniting strong emotions between them.

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