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Published In: Volume 8 Issue 3, March-2023
Abstract: This paper examines the phenomenon of a twenty-year renaissance in sales of Virginia Woolf's books and seeks to determine its causes. The article makes an effort to learn why Virginia is so significant to feminists of many persuasions. The Introduction briefly discusses the passionate discussions that have surrounded Virginia's place in English literature. There's also a little nod to the ways in which Virginia's feminist stance is comparable to that of French feminists. The following are the subjects covered in the thesis's five chapters. Virginia's brief life history, the type of schooling she had, the culture of the time, the Bloomsbury set, and the stream-of-consciousness writing style are covered in Chapter 1. In the second chapter, we discuss feminist theory, Virginia's perspective on feminism, and feminist literary criticism. The chapter begins with a brief overview of feminism in Europe before moving on to its development there. Virginia's complicated history with feminism is discussed in the next section. An examination of feminist writing may be found in the second chapter's last section. Virginia's first two books are discussed in Chapter 3. We can see the beginnings of a new literary style in "works like "The Voyage Out (1915) and Night and Day (1919). What we see here may be approximately categorised as female handwriting. To the Lighthouse (1927), The Waves (1931), and Jacob's Room (1922) are discussed in the fourth chapter. It investigates whether or not these four books are structured using the stream-of-consciousness method as influenced by women's awareness. The novels Orlando (1928), The Years (1937), and Between the Acts (1941) are examined in the fifth chapter as examples of works that are limited by historical context but yet attempt to reinterpret cultural history from the standpoint of female consciousness. Virginia's efforts to" create a stereotypically feminine look in her works are the focus of this final section. It also makes an effort to delve into the many ways in which transgressive elements have been incorporated into this new style. In addition, the conclusion makes an effort to explain the political and historical ramifications of this kind of subversive female aesthetics. The startling parallels and discrepancies between Virginia's aesthetics and those of French Feminists, notably Julia Kristeva, have been attempted to be untangled.
Keywords: Feminism, Aesthetics, Consciousness, Women, Sex, section
Cite Article: "FEMININE COGNITION AND AESTHETICS IN FICTION OF VIRGINIA WOOLF", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.8, Issue 3, page no.78 - 84, March-2023, Available :
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