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By Virginia Woolf Margareta Ekström | Comments: ( 138 ) | Date: ( Mar 29, 2020 )

Likt flera av Virginia Woolfs noveller r Arvet en studie i m nniskans egoism och sj lvupptagenhet och ber r fr gor som svartsjuka, k nsroller, identitet och j mlikhet Woolfs starka vertygelse att fiktion inte ska paketera verkligheiten som en absolut sanning gjorde henne till en m stare p att gestalta tillvaron s som den skulle kunna upplevas av de olika sidorna i peLikt flera av Virginia Woolfs noveller r Arvet en studie i m nniskans egoism och sj lvupptagenhet och ber r fr gor som svartsjuka, k nsroller, identitet och j mlikhet Woolfs starka vertygelse att fiktion inte ska paketera verkligheiten som en absolut sanning gjorde henne till en m stare p att gestalta tillvaron s som den skulle kunna upplevas av de olika sidorna i persongalleriet Och precis som i flera av Woolfs noveller bjuder slutet p en tvist.


  • Title: Arvet
  • Author: Virginia Woolf Margareta Ekström
  • ISBN: 9789175892412
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Virginia Woolf Margareta Ekström

Adeline Virginia Woolf was an English novelist and essayist regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century.During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a member of the Bloomsbury Group Her most famous works include the novels Mrs Dalloway 1925 , To the Lighthouse 1927 , and Orlando 1928 , and the book length essay A Room of One s Own 1929 with its famous dictum, a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.



Comments Arvet

  • Bettie☯

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  • John Hatley

    Strange, but when I read this story of a grieving husband, a highly successful politician, reading his deceased wife's diaries, I couldn't help but think how removed from reality the privileged ruling class is. It is not just that the upper one tenth of one percent does not understand the other 99%, they are often completely unaware of what happens outside their own immediate circle of activities. Egocentric is inadequate to describe the phenomenon and probably even an understatement.Using termi [...]


  • Realini

    The Legacy by Virginia WoolfA magnificent little story.This is an excellent story, by a writer that has two works on the lists of best books- Mrs. Dalloway and To The Lighthouse. The major lists have been compiled or are available at The Modern Library site and The Guardian.The tale starts with Gilbert Clandon sorting out The Legacy of his dead wife.She has been hit by a car, in a tragic accident. Or so he thinks.There is a brooch that is left to Sissy Miller, a woman who used to work Angela Cla [...]


  • Ashley

    Unlike Woolf's other works, this short story was an extremely easy read with beauty and simplicity in narrative. I particularly loved the twist at the end.


  • Anuradha Gupta

    The Legacy by Virginia Woolf is a short story about a woman and her diaries which she leaves behind for her husband before she commits suicide. Angela was a good wife and a helpful person. Being married to a person who was more interested in his work than her led to her penning down her feelings into a set of 15 volumes of diary. Trapped in a lonely marriage, she became unhappy and low and ultimately embraces death. This single scene story is based on the aftermath of her death when her husband [...]


  • Alex

    Who knew that so much drama could be squeezed into 14 pages


  • Laura

    You may read online at Biblioklept.Opening lines:“For Sissy Miller.” Gilbert Clandon, taking up the pearl brooch that lay among a litter of rings and brooches on a little table in his wife’s drawing-room, read the inscription: “For Sissy Miller, with my love.”


  • Aulia Assita

    (!) spoiler alertE killed herself picking up the pieces she can do nothing about.


  • Sara Skonos

    Brutal. Con el Stream of Consciousness en los momentos adecuados, el free indirect speech y ese plot twist del final que te deja KO. Amazing!


  • Abdullah Khasawneh

    I actually listened to it as an audiobook. Not bad.


  • Katia Dudka

    just in Virginia's mood. true fine for depression time


  • Juliet-Camille

    My biggest complaint with this was that I saw the plot twist coming from a mile away. The characterization was also lacking the usual richness I expect so see from Woolf's writing.


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