Comparing Joyce’s and Woolf’s stream of consciouness writing techniques

Before tackling the comparative reading of the two excerpts, published below, a brief introduction to both. Ulysses, is James Joyce‘s most renowned novel. The entire narration takes place in a single … Continue reading Comparing Joyce’s and Woolf’s stream of consciouness writing techniques

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“Orlando” and “A Room of Ones’ Own”, V. Woolf – A More In-Depth Analysis

Some basic facts In 1918 Parliament in the UK passed a law that granted the right to vote to all men of over 21 and every woman over 30 the … Continue reading “Orlando” and “A Room of Ones’ Own”, V. Woolf – A More In-Depth Analysis

“The horror!” – Heart of Darkness (1902), J. Conrad

Kurtz’s death and Marlow’s struggle in the depths of ghastliness. Kurtz discoursed. A voice! a voice! It rang deep to the very last. It survived his strength to hide in … Continue reading “The horror!” – Heart of Darkness (1902), J. Conrad

“The Chain-gang” – Heart of Darkness (1902), J. Conrad

At the Company Station, before hearing of Kurtz, Marlow witnesses the exploitation of locals while building a railroad.   A slight clinking behind me made me turn my head. Six … Continue reading “The Chain-gang” – Heart of Darkness (1902), J. Conrad

JAMES JOYCE (1882-1941)

“History, Stephen said, is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.” ― James Joyce, Ulysses     BIOGRAPHY James Joyce was born in Dublin in 1882 – as was quite … Continue reading JAMES JOYCE (1882-1941)