- To find out more about the upcoming discussions on three other novels, go here. The discussions will be led by the four bloggers, Sarah, Emily, Frances and Claire, who came up with the plan.
- Read thoughts on Mrs. Dalloway at “Nonsuch Books.”
- “Lakeside Musing” has already posted her wintertime thoughts about reading MD. She says it is a novel that improves with age — the age of the reader.
- Another blogger–and an English professor to boot–shares her experience of falling under the spell of Woolf’s words after struggling with “how to read” MD. Rohan Maitzen blogs about her reading experiences on Novel Readings.
- To find out what some first-time readers of Woolf have already had to say about Mrs. D, go to this post at “another cookie crumbles,” the blog of a 23-year-old book lover living in London.
- To read William Patrick Wend’s thoughts about the novel in an intertextual context, read his essay, “The Intertextual World of Mrs. Dalloway” on Blogging Woolf.
Today is D-Day — Mrs. Dalloway online discussion day
Friday 15 January 2010 by Paula Maggio
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