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Need an argumentative essay on Relationship between two of the characters in the novel: MRS DALLOWAY by:Virginna Woolf. Needs to be 4 pages. Please no plagiarism.When a slew of things had disappeared,
Need an argumentative essay on Relationship between two of the characters in the novel: MRS DALLOWAY by:Virginna Woolf. Needs to be 4 pages. Please no plagiarism.
When a slew of things had disappeared, how odd that a few sayings like this about cabbages (cauliflowers) remained.
“When Peter’s old mother wanted him to give up shooting or to take her to Bath, he did it without a word. he was really unselfish. And as for saying, as Peter did, that he had no heart,
no brain, nothing but the manners and breeding of an English gentleman. That was only her Peter at his worst. and he could be intolerable, he could be impossible, but adorable to walk with on a morning like this.” (p. 9)
It was the middle of June and the war was over. Heaven only knows why one loves London and why Clarissa loved it so. During their walks together, they would come back in the middle of St. James’ Park, but Peter never said anything beautiful about the day. He would put on his glasses if she told him to but it was the state of the world that interested him. Wagner, the poetry of Pope, the characters of people and the defects of her soul. He would scold her and she would argue. Clarissa loved London, but Peter had no qualms about leaving England and staying away for five long years. If she married him, and he had to leave, she would follow him halfway around the globe, but would feel miserable far away from home.
“For they might be parted for hundreds of years, she and Peter. she never wrote a letter and his were dry sticks. but suddenly it would come over her, if he were with me now, what would he say? – some days, some sights, bringing him back to her calmly, without the old bitterness. This perhaps was the reward for having cared for people. they come back on a fine morning in June.”(p.9)
Clarissa would still find herself arguing with herself in St. James’ Park that she was right in not marrying him. She convinced herself that in marriage there had to be a little space, some independence between people living together in the same house day in and day