4 Burst results for "Clarisa Dalloway"

"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Overdue

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03:33 min | 2 months ago

"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Overdue

"There was orig- originally the draft of the story Clarissa dalloway dies by suicide at the end of the book. Septimus coming into this was like later invented as she was working on the novel And he does by the end of the book die suicide and his the beginning of his story is that he has attempted it and his wife is seeking treatment for him and he his stories. Very sad He suffers from a lot of like hallucinations. And shell shell. Shock is one of the things. Yeah yeah. I mean that's all anybody calls it in iraq. I mean that that is the you term that is used to encompass a wide variety of like p. t. s. t. and other related things that we understand slightly better now but yeah that was. That was the phrase. Kept coming up while i was reading stuff about the book Was shell shocked and he has married a young woman from italy. This woman lucretia and or the criteria. I think there's z. In there And she wants to have kids or and again. I'm telling you things that are like we discover them in their heads as they're working through their problems and i'm sure a lot of this stuff is happening like you are putting it in order for me because that is how a conversation about a book has. Maybe you're not getting all of this. All right in a row all neatly lined up by no necessarily like you get a couple snippets of the two of them earlier in the book when the characters from dow aways plot will like wander by them in the street and go those young people look sad they they have a whole lifetime of married sadness ahead of them just they wake kind of thing so beautiful yes so moving and she is taking him to a different doctor to try and get him different treatment. That is going to that. Doctor wants to commit him to facility and keep him away like separate him from her 'cause he doesn't think it's healthy and that's causing tension for them At some point. Richard dalloway goes to lunch with a lady who may or may not like clerks a more on lady bruton to come but he walks home from. Lunch is kind of looking around at the thinking about his wife. Go and i should go home and tell her i love her. I'm gonna buy her flowers. I definitely gonna tell her. i love her. I love her so much. My life's kinda sadam sixty. I don't know what i'm doing. I'm gonna buyer some flowers until i love. He gets home. He gives her the flowers and he doesn't delleri loves they. Just there's just a moment where they go. Yeah you gave me some flowers. Thanks for these flowers. Very men have always been very in touch with their emotions. Good at communication they understand each other The what else the septimus plot resolves after. He thinks that the doctors are going to like kill his soul by taking him somewhere One of the doctors is attempting to see him without lucretia consent..

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"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"The circle of life is that you you learn how to love someone the way that you were loved by your parents i think and That was how her mother loved her in a same thing that she said to growing up that i'm sure she hated and in turn. I'm sure that's something that i will say to mike it eventually. You know because. I've gone through this experience and a lot of what my mom said was right you know. Will you write in the book that she used to say to you. Save ten percent of yourself and she would say even from daddy. I save and i thought that was so interesting and the fact that later you realized she saved ten percent. Different ten percents from different people from you from your father from her siblings. I think to a certain extent that we all keep things from other people and different people know different parts of ourselves but it was certainly really great advice to get from a young age because it really prepared me for life to protect yourself and not trust anyone completely and always have something to sort of fall back on. It's interesting because i was just rereading. Mrs dalloway by virginia woolf and she wrote this passage in in front of perspective. Clarissa dalloway in. It's so reminded me of what you've written in your memoir. She writes and there is a dignity and people a solitude even between husband and wife a gulf and that one must respect thought clarice Watching him open the door for one would not part with it. When self or take it against his will from one's husband without losing one's independence when self-respect something after all priceless so. It's this idea that we need to hold something back to have that independence absolutely. I think that my mom always really promoted independence in a way. I mean even. When i was growing up like she had such an interest in self care and the way that she presented herself to the world but it was never rooted in it was never. It was always for herself. She always taught me from a very early age. That beauty and self.

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"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Overdue

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04:53 min | 5 months ago

"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Overdue

"They have some lackeys who come in and literally run the printing press itself and she lays out what i think is like this interesting mission statement for the type of literature that wolf rights and this is all cunningham's words i think but he did do. He cites a lot of a couple of different biographies as well as woolf's diaries and letters he's but she says men may congratulate themselves for writing truly and passionately about the movements of nations. They may consider war and the search for odd to be great literature only subjects. But if men standing in the world could be toppled by an ill-advised choice of hat. English literature would be dramatically changed and she goes on as she is planning the book. Mrs douay clarissa. Dalloway she thinks will kill herself over something that seems on the surface like very little her party will fail or her husband will once again. Refuse to notice some efforts. She's made about her person or their home. The trick will be to render intact the magnitude of chris's miniature but very real desperation to fully convince the reader that for her domestic defeats are every bit as devastating as our lost battles to a general. And i think that's like mission statement for a lot of fiction. That has arisen since wolf. And we've talked about plenty of those that type of fiction on the show and sometimes it is easier to talk about than others because like plot matters less right. I don't know if you wanna give voice any of those struggles whenever you're tackling one of those books but it is tough for me to be like because this book is like away boss of flowers and you went to visit someone and then sad things happened in the book was over for her and his other lady was trying to make a cake and she had some feelings about it and then she spent afternoon hotel and then her story was over. Average annual trying to write a novel and sister shows up early to her house and she has some feelings about it. then we move on. Yeah i mean it is just it is. It is easier mentally for my leg adult. Adhd brain to read a book in a timely fashion for the weekly podcast. That idea if there is a stronger.

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"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Overdue

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05:39 min | 5 months ago

"clarissa dalloway" Discussed on Overdue

"Von her. Plotline takes place in nineteen ninety nine. I think or somewhere in the late twentieth century She is a publisher and she her story from what i understand is like what if we beat by beat reupped naval mrs dalloway with a few other like updates and things sure but as clueless is to Suppose this section is not a reverend but this section is to mrs dalloway. As she's the man is to twelfth night yes you got anymore now. I just want to make sure. I i needed to google a witch of the shakespeare play. She's the man was a refund. I know it was one of them. I'm more familiar with. She's the man than i am with the bart's fair enough. The book does open with a with a prologue of sorts at his set in nineteen forty. One it is a depiction of wolf putting a heavy stone in her jacket pocket and walking into a river. It is pretty intense. It is also fitting with the theme of the rest of the book. Were kind of people going about their day to day. Things like the closing image is really it. It is gruesome not in a horror way but gruesome in like a yowl way. Yeah yeah you know. She is in the river and a little boy in his mom like walk by. They're all walk and he is like just like walking across the bridge where nearby and not knowing that she's in there or anything like that just kinda life goes on kind of stuff and like i said the book. I don't know if anything you've read review wise andrew kind of eliminated the structure in any interesting ways. I think for me just like jumping between perspectives. A lot that's the main thing that's the main thing up for me. I would classify clarissa dalloway as or course yvonne the like a plot. She is the the rapper in which all of this happens We probably that's because she is a retelling of mrs dalloway..

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