Virginia Woolf’s The Waves: Splitted Feminine “I”’s

  • Elmira Ebadi, Leila Baradaran Jamili
  • Published 2014

Abstract

The subject of identity and self-recognition by feminine individuals is one of the main issues of feminist arguments and debates, particularly in the modern literature. This paper focuses on femininity and the effects of splitting of feminine self in Virginia Woolf’s (1882-1941) The Waves (1931), and shows the psychological results of this splitting on the… (More)

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