Septimus and Clarissa: "Mrs. Dalloway", Written by Virginia Woolf
The themes of a book are probably the most important elements that can be analyzed throughout a novel, a book without themes is not a book. In "Mrs. Dalloway", written by Virginia Woolf, there are many aspects that can be analyzed. The most important themes come from the characters themselves, and their behaviors. In this novel, there are three very important themes throughout the whole novel, that can be analyzed through setting and characters, and they are: the similarity of Septimus and Clarissa, isolation, and the fear of death. …
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