Virginia Woolf | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Kathryn N. Benzel

This literature criticism consists of approximately 12 pages of analysis & critique of Virginia Woolf.
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Critical Essay by Kathryn N. Benzel

SOURCE: Benzel, Kathryn N. “Woolf's Early Experimentation with Consciousness: ‘Kew Gardens,’ Typescript to Publication, 1917-1919.”1 In Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries, edited by Ann Ardis and Bonnie Kime Scott, pp. 192-99. New York: Pace University Press, 2000.

In the following essay, Benzel speculates about the origin, creation, and revision of “Kew Gardens.”

In Michael Cunningham's novel The Hours, he describes a park that his character Virginia Woolf envisions in a dream:

It seems, suddenly, that she is not in her bed but in a park; a park impossibly verdant, green beyond green—a Platonic vision of a park, at once homely and the seat of mystery, implying as parks do that while the old woman in the shawl dozes on the slatted bench something alive and ancient, something...

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