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Books Like The New Dress by Virginia Woolf | Suggesting Reading

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Mrs. Dalloway, Virginia Woolf's fourth novel, was published in 1925 and uses interior monologue from Dalloway's point of view to describe the events leading up to her party.

Dean R. Baldwin's Virginia Woolf: A Study of the Short Fiction (1989) traces three periods of Woolf short-story writing and provides an overview of all of Woolf's short fiction. He uses a strong biographical focus to explore the stories, and the study contains a collection of critical essays on selected works.

Avrom Fleishman's essay "Forms of the Woolfian Short Story," included in Virginia Woolf: Revaluation and Continuity, considers the extent to which Woolf's stories contribute to the development of the modernist short story.

Stella McNichol's edition of Mrs. Dalloway's Party: A Short Story Sequence, published in 1973, offers a useful introduction to the seven Woolf short stories that are thematically related to Mrs. Dalloway.

T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land...

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