Dec 08, 2015 · Mrs. Dalloway Wrap-Up ... Throughout the novel Clarissa struggles to face the reality of her own aging and spends a lot of time thinking of the past and the summer or ...

beauty Big Ben Bond Street Bourton characters Clarissa and Septimus Clarissa Dalloway Clarissa's party connection consciousness contrast criticism Cymbeline Dalloway in Bond Dalloway's dead developmental plot Doris Kilman echoes Elizabeth emotional existence experience fear feeling female development feminine fiction figure flowers Freud ... Oppression is a constant threat for Clarissa and Septimus in Mrs. Dalloway, and Septimus dies in order to escape what he perceives to be an oppressive social pressure to conform. It comes in many guises, including religion, science, or social convention. Virginia Woolf, “Mrs Dalloway” (1925). Pictures and meaning about “Love and religion! thought Clarissa, going back into the drawing-room, tingling all over. How detestable, how detestable they are!”