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Seeking the Significant Form

Author DuanHong
Tutor XiaShangLi
School Guizhou Normal
Course Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Keywords Woolf Narrative strategy Voyage Mrs. Dalloway To the Lighthouse
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Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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Virginia Woolf is one of Britain's most distinguished modernist novelists, has made a great contribution to the development of modern literature in the literary and reviews. Creative practice in her life, she has been committed to the modernist experiment, not only to learn the essence of the traditional literature, giving feminist voices, but also formed a unique narrative style of English literature to better capture the human mind instantly into emitted sparks. This paper will gas Virginia Woolf novel world the most important aspects --- narrative strategies are discussed. Woolf It is because of her narrative strategy makes her different from other modernist writers, it is through this unique narrative strategy, making her literary idea was reflected most vividly, and this is her \form \Woolf critics critic on the subject both creative approach concentrated its modernist classics \little Voyage concern. Critics discussed their differences rather than contact. In fact, the narrative strategies of these three works very closely linked. In this paper, the basic theory of narrative perspective Woolf's \The author chose these three works is because they both Woolf the beginning of the creation, development, climax, Woolf also reflects the process of transition from traditional to modern. These three works exactly reflect not only the of Woolf traditional narrative inheritance and innovation of the modern narrative techniques and, more importantly, Woolf's narrative strategy is the formation of the transition process. The purpose of this paper is to explore Woolf in the creative process is how to \In this paper, by the introduction of Woolf's life and literary achievements, theoretical perspective, the thesis subject and conclusions of five parts. The first part is an introduction of the paper. At home and abroad Woolf research focuses on the present situation of the origins of the thesis topics and research methods and academic significance of the paper. The second chapter describes Woolf's life and literary achievements, and its novel innovative background. The third chapter is the theoretical framework, the introduction of Genette's term, and Lizzie and Short term narrative discourse, and summed up and define some of the terms involved in this thesis. The fourth part is the main part of the paper. That part of the basic theory of a narrative perspective, from the narrator, narrative focus, narrative time and narrative discourse these four best reflects the basic elements of narrative techniques, the three representative works of Virginia Woolf \Mrs. Dalloway \The fifth is the concluding part of the paper. As can be seen from the above analysis: Woolf from the traditional pre-realist novel \Woolf is formed in the traditional Criticism and Inheritance own unique narrative strategy in order to achieve their own \

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