Virginia Woolf Essay | Virginia Woolfe

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Virginia Woolfe

Summary: Essay provides a description of the writing style of Virginia Woolfe.
"Often one has to make do with seeds; the germs of what might have been, had one's life been different. I pigeonhole `fishing' thus with other momentary glimpses; like those rapid glances, for example, that I cast into basements when I walk in London Streets." This quotation, by Virginia Woolf, explains how individuals must cherish even the smallest things in life, because sometimes that is all they may ever have/see. The metaphor is created, by utilizing a seed rather than a moment, helping to convey to the reader that sometimes a glimpse into a household is the closest they will ever get to actually living in one. In her memoirs, the author Virginia Woolf utilizes descriptive language to convey the lasting significance of moments from her past.

There are numerous ways by which Virginia Woolf depicts the lasting significance of moments from her past, and one is...

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