Saturday, October 05, 2013
From the Archives: Part 54 of The Self and its Sources
Virginia Woolf introduces each section of the novel with an italizied phrase referring to the position of the sun in the sky. Section one: "The sun had not quite risen; the sea and sky were indistinguishable." Mythological imagery. The sun comes up…its light striking the leaves in the garden making them transparent.
Posted by Randy Coleman-Riese at 1:30 AM
Labels: Self and its Sources, The Waves, Virginia Woolf
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