Twentieth Century Literature
Virginia Woolf, Feminism
Considers how Virginia Woolf fuses her personal, feminist, and artistic aims in the novel `To the Lighthouse.' Discussion of the matriarchal myths of Mary and Eve; How Woolf mothers herself in the novel; Elements of a mother in `A Sketch of the Past.'
Daugherty, Beth R., "`There she sat': The Power of the Feminist Imagination in To the Lighthouse" (1991). English Faculty Scholarship. 1.
Daugherty, B.R. "`There She Sat': The Power Of The Feminist Imagination In To The Lighthouse." Twentieth Century Literature 37.3 (1991): 289. Academic Search Premier. Web. 15 Oct. 2014