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By C. Ruth Miller

An try to underline Virginia Woolf's aesthetic via revealing the significance of the frames in her writings. whereas Virginia Woolf well-known that frames are required to accomplish a unified imaginative and prescient, she remained conscious of their drawbacks - exclusivity, distortion and imposition. inside of her novels she many times makes use of home windows, thresholds, mirrors and to a lesser measure, rooms to border scenes.

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