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    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway --

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    Criticism -- Cities and Towns in Literature -- Mrs. Dalloway

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    Criticism -- Between the Acts

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    Criticism -- To The Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Works -- Novels -- Essays -- Between the Acts -- A Haunted House -- To the Lighthouse -- A Writer's Diary --

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    Biography -- Criticism

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    Criticism -- Orlando -- A Room of One's Own

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    Criticism -- Works -- Novels -- Essays -- Between the Acts -- The Death of the Moth --

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    Criticism -- Orlando

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    Criticism -- To the Lighthouse --

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    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway --

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    Criticism -- Jacob's Room --

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    Criticism -- Works -- Jacob's Room -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse -- The Waves --

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    Criticism -- The Years

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    Criticism -- Mrs. Dalloway

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    Criticism -- To the Lighthouse --

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    Criticism -- Novels -- Stream of Consciousness Fiction -- The Mark on the Wall -- Mrs. Dalloway --

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    Criticism -- To the Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Mrs. Dalloway

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    Criticism -- A Room of One's Own

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    Criticism -- Works -- Between the Acts -- Orlando

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    Criticism -- To the Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Works -- Short Stories --

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    Criticism -- Works -- Novels -- Jacob's Room -- "Kew Gardens" -- Mrs. Dalloway -- Night and Day -- The Voyage Out

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    Criticism -- Works

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    Criticism -- The Waves -- The Years --

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    Criticism -- Essays -- Common Reader -- Death of a Moth --

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    Criticism -- Works

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    Criticism -- To The Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Mrs. Dalloway

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    Criticism -- Works

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    Criticism -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Works

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    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse --

  42. Hoffman, Michael J. "'Whose Books Once Influenced Mine:' The Relationship between E.M. Forster's Howard's End and Virginia Woolf'sThe Waves ." In Twentieth Century Literature, Vol. 45, No. 1, Spring 1999, pp. 46-64.
    Criticism -- Howard's End -- The Waves -- Forster, E.M.

  43. In Humphrey, Robert. Stream of Consciousness in the Modern Novel. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1954. pp. 99-104.
    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse -- The Waves

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    Criticism -- Literary Criticism -- "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown" --

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    Criticism -- Literary Criticism -- "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown" --

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    Criticism -- Works -- Orlando -- The Waves --

  47. In Kaplan, Sydney Janet. Feminine Consciousness in the Modern British Novel. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1975. pp. 76-109.
    Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Mrs. Dalloway --To The Lighthouse -- The Waves --

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    Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Literary Criticism -- The Death of a Moth --

  51. In Lawrence, Margaret. The School of Femininity: A Book For and About Women As They Are Interpreted Through Feminine Writers of Yesterday and Today. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1976. pp. 373-382.
    Criticism -- Works -- Orlando -- A Room of One's Own --

  52. In Lehmann, John. The Open Night. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1952. pp. 23-33.
    Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Literary Criticism -- "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown" --

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    Criticism -- Night and Day

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    Biography -- Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Mrs. Dalloway

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    Criticism -- Works -- To The Lighthouse --

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    Criticism -- Novels --

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    Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway

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    Criticism -- Works -- Between the Acts --

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    Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Novels -- Between the Acts --

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    Criticism -- Works

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    Criticism -- To the Lighthouse --

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    Criticism -- Literary Criticism -- "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown" --

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    Criticism -- "The Mark on the Wall"

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    Criticism -- Jacob's Room -- Mrs. Dalloway -- Night and Day -- To the Lighthouse -- The Voyage Out -- The Waves -- The Years

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    Criticism -- Literary Criticism -- "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown" --

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    Criticism -- Works --

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    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To The Lighthouse --

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    Criticism -- To The Lighthouse --

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    Criticism -- Between the Acts -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To The Lighthouse -- The Years

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    Criticism -- Works -- Androgyny (Psychology) -- A Room of One's Own -- To the Lighthouse

  75. In Smiley, Jane. 13 Ways of Looking at the Novel. New York : Knopf, c2005. pp. 465-467.
    Criticism -- Orlando

  76. In Stade, George. Six Modern British Novelists . New York, Columbia University Press, 1974. pp. 175-217.
    Criticism -- Works -- Between the Acts -- Jacob's Room -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse -- The Waves -- The Years

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    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Works

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    Criticism -- To the Lighthouse

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    Criticism -- Works

  81. Williams, Deborah Lindsay. " Cather, Woolf, and the Two Mrs. Ramseys." In College English, Volume 61, Number 1, September 1998. pp. 29-40.
    Criticism -- Cather, Willa -- Lucy Gayheart -- To The Lighthouse -- Woolf, Virigina

  82. In Wilson, Angus. Diversity and Depth in Fiction . New York : Viking Press, 1984, c1983. pp. 120-124, 169-178.
    Criticism -- Works

  83. In Wood, James. The Broken Estate. New York : Random House, c1999. pp. 89-102.
    Criticism -- Works -- Mrs. Dalloway -- To the Lighthouse -- The Waves -- The Voyage Out

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