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A Freudian Perspective of "A Haunted House" by Virginia Wool
A FREUDIAN PERSPECTIVE OF
A HAUNTED HOUSE
By Cătălina Ciauş
'The writer, who has many liberties, may choose as he/she wishes the scene of action: the real world or a world which is more or less further from the former. The reader follows him/her in both cases'. Nevertheless one finds it difficult to follow Virginia Woolf in her world of fiction, because of her cripted style, especially in stories such as A Haunted House. 'Virginia Woolf's generation grew up in an environment of ideas made up of Russian literature and Freud's psychoanalysis, of French Post-Im…
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