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Orlando - Virginia Woolf

Fiction - Modern Fiction - ISBN: 015670160X

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ProPoetic descriptions

ConsNot very readable as a novel

Reading Orlando was a bit like watching Dallas. Remember when Bobby Ewing stepped out of the shower, when his wife Pam, woke up from a dream which lasted for hundreds of episodes? Nobody remembered her dream starting, but we were reliably informed by the press that what we had actually witnessed...

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Excellent

ProVery entertaining and delivers food for thought. S...

ConsCan't think of any.

Virginia Woolf wrote Orlando in 1928 and dedicated this fantastic novel to her friend, Vita Sackville-West. As we know, Orlando is in fact a highly fictionalized biography of Ms. Sackville-West. The novel covers roughly 500 years during all of which Orlando is indeed alive (and rather young to...

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Excellent

“Orlando- The Gender Bender”

published 08/12/2004

ProThis space is too small to jam them in.

ConsThis space is too large to fill with them.

There's this irritating rule of humanity where we are born in the body of one gender, and will forever be challenged to pull a complete 180 on our genetic make-up. If, lets say for example, I was to be born a man in all my masculine glory, but found that a change occurred within me and I was in...

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Excellent

“all fronts for orlando”

published 11/08/2000

Prothe historical period doesnt means it loses any si...

Consyou might want to go straight for the great video ...

Virginia woolf embraces something more than her time in this novel. the book is written for the masses for the male and the female, its demonstrative for the reader, who is orlando? and where is he going? We trace him through three hundred years, its epic capabailites are not foreshadowing...

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Fiction - Modern Fiction - ISBN: 015670160X

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Type: Fiction

Genre: Modern Fiction

Title: Orlando

Author: Virginia Woolf

ISBN: 015670160X

EAN: 9780156701600

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