Virginia Woolf | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Annette Oxindine

This literature criticism consists of approximately 15 pages of analysis & critique of Virginia Woolf.
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Critical Essay by Annette Oxindine

SOURCE: Oxindine, Annette. “Sexing the Epiphany in ‘Moments of Being,’ Woolf's Nice Little Story about Sapphism.” Journal of the Short Story in English, no. 31 (autumn 1998): 51-61.

In the following essay, Oxindine links the homoerotic and epiphanic moments in “Slater's Pins Have No Points.”

You remember there is a very fine instinct wireless telepathy nothing to it—in women—the darlings—which fizzles up pretenses, and I know what you mean though you don't say it …

—Virginia Woolf to Violet Dickinson, 1903

Critical avoidance of the lesbian intimacy at the conclusion of Virginia Woolf's “Moments of Being: ‘Slater's Pins Have No Points’” has been noted by Avrom Fleishman in his own hesitant focus on...

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