Following work is dedicated to how Virginia Woolf refuses external action, focusing on the image of the entire diversity of the inner life of her characters. Instead of a dynamic plot, the fundamental role of the images of the main character and the author-narrator, for the English writer, the unifying factors of the entire narrative are the close and thoughtful relationship of the characters in time and space.
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