Language, Time, and Identity in Woolf's the Waves: The Subject in Empire's Shadow

Lexington Books (2012)
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This book draws out Woolf’s insights into the fundamental structures of existence and experience by showing how the empirical and contingent elements of her dramaturgy are actually in the service of a metaphysical understanding of the human condition



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