Loguez Virginia Woolf

Gina Wisker, by introducing us to the life and work of Virginia Woolf, shows us a writer of penetrating sensitivity, capable of expressing, from the most intimate part of her being, the rhythm of life. The reader will discover how Virginia Woolf challenged conventions, more interested in recreating life than in articulating a plot in her novels according to the traditional scheme.
GW's text brings us closer to the author's great works, exposes Virginia Woolf's ideas about gender, writing and power relations, addresses her role as an experimental writer and the influence she has exerted on literature, and shows how her ideas opened a window from which we could look into the lives of men and women.

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