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I had approached Woolf with much trepidation in the past, and Mrs. Dalloway was the first of her novels I successfully completed. I feel extremely rewarded, for she is justifiably regarded as a great master of the novel.
I particularly loved (and was moved to tears by) Septimus and Rezia's storyline: so tragic, yet so beautifully woven.
Has anyone else read it?
Clarissa's vitality is what makes it for me, I think. I love how much she obviously loves the world. It's funny that I need to read about this simple love of living in a book, to have it mediate my own passion. The novel is like a magnifying glass enlarging moments and scents and memories that would otherwise go unnoticed, enlarging my own happiness so that I'm better able to see it.