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"I Hate, I Love:" How Mothers Fail in Virginia Woolf's Fiction

By Charlotte Savino

Abstract

A look at Virginia Woolf's struggle with maternal figures in her fiction, specifically looking at the ambiguous relationship of mothers to their children - real, surrogate, or fictive

Topics: Woolf, Mother, Jacob's Room, The Waves, The Voyage Out, Night and Day, Mrs Dalloway, To The Lighthouse, Orlando
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:digitalarchive.wm.edu:10288/466
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