She had felt a great deal; had for a moment, when she kissed his hand, regretted, envied him even, remembered possibly for he saw her look it something he had said — how they would change the world if she married him perhaps.
The transition between holding in your emotions and letting them out can be seen between two writers from two different eras.
Similar to many other women Clarissa is bound to the expectations that come with her status, where being a dependent on a man is a common notion A single leaf detached itself from the plane tree at the end of the street, and in that pause and suspension fell.
Dalloway, the mindset of the British was one of grand superiority.
Woolf experienced a lifetime of internal conflict and circumstances that were out of her control that eventually drove her to suicide in Even though the two never meet, these two correspond in that they strive to maintain possession of themselves, of their souls. Clarissa Dalloway, a middle aged upper class woman, is unhappy because of choices she has made in her life she also fears that she can not feel things as others do However we should never forget that we may also find meaning in life even when people around us treat a person according to his or her race and origin And it consists of two seemingly unrelated narratives, one telling us the story of Clarissa and the other the story of Septimus.
Cunningham retells Woolf 's, Mrs. Dalloway is told in a stream of consciousness style, jumping in and around up to twenty different charactersalthough the bulk of the novel follows either Clarissa or Septimus. Woolf lets her readers know early in the text that Clarissa was in love with Sally and likely still is, given the amount of time devoted to Sally in her narrative.
The Hours, uses additional characters to portray the parallels of suicide and mental illness between the novel and film as well as to express the depth of the personal relationship within the two