Book :: Mrs Dalloway

Mrs Dalloway
By: Virginia Woolf
Pages: 216
Published: 1925
Genre(s): England
Literary Fiction
Feminism
Rating: (9)

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Portia Portia

Aug 6th, 2018

forline forline

My introduction (later in life) to Virginia Woolf--I enjoyed it...didn't get the feeling of greatness I got with other of her books....I also enjoyed how characters come and go across her novels.

Jan 4th, 2018

sanayhs sanayhs

Oct 2nd, 2016

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Jun 18th, 2015

aruban34 aruban34

One of my all-time favorites! If you enjoyed this book, make sure to check out the excellent adaptation by Michael Cunningham entitled "The Hours", which also led to the movie adaptation starring Nicole Kidman (who plays Virginia Wolf), Meryl Streep (who plays a modern Mrs. Dalloway in contemporary NY city) and Julianne Moore (who plays a modern version of Viriginia Wolf in the 50s).

May 19th, 2015

red13x red13x

I really struggled with this book, I don't know whether I liked it or not. I enjoyed the different stories but I found the narrative hard to follow sometimes as it flicked from one person to another. This certainly isn't an awful book, nor is the narrative awful, I just frequently found myself getting a bit lost when trying to ascertain which character was now in the spotlight!

Jan 6th, 2015

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Jul 25th, 2014

Mrs Dalloway appears on these lists...

46th on Rival 100 Best Novels by Radcliffe

46th on 100 Greatest Novels of All Time by The Guardian

9th on 100 Novels Everyone Should Read by Telegraph

24th on Top 100 Books by Newsweek

15th on Top 100 Books by Harvard Book Store