Published by Hogarth Press, 14 May 1925 (simultaneously published in the United States by Harcourt Brace, Woolf's first simultaneous US/UK publication).
Information contributed in 1997 by Elizabeth Abrams, Tanica Campbell, and Jackie Shivers, and in 2000 by Rae Bernhardt, Reem Hafez, and Nancy Taylor.
Woolf's working title for Mrs. Dalloway was The Hours. Michael Cunningham's novel of that title is a modern adaptation of Mrs. Dalloway, a fascinating read especially for those who know the Woolf novel. It's now a movie with Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, and (gasp) Nicole Kidman as Virginia Woolf. The soundtrack is great. Check out The Hours website.
Excerpts from Woolf's Diary on MD
Woolf's Use of Narrative
* Guest List with
* Quotations about Clarissa's relationship to Peter and Septimus
Woolfian Comments on Mrs. Dalloway
Questions for Discussion
Kay Sparks' seminar page on Dalloway links- maps, walks, and excellent
reading materials. Includes a map of various London walks characters take
and a PowerPoint presentation of relevant London sights.
(Note: Rich Goldman's Map of Mrs. Dalloway's London is no longer linking)
MLA Bibliography Results (211 hits)
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