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Virginia Woolf's Orlando: A Biography  

Virginia Woolf’s Orlando starts his life as an Elizabethan nobleman who aspires to become a poet. Over the course of a 400 year life, he travels widely, watches the world change around him, takes in changes in literary tastes and conventions, becomes a woman, and eventually lands a publishing contract. Orlando is Woolf’s fantasia on the themes of gender and literature, and offers a vision of the history of English literature. It is an inventive and playful novel about the limits imposed by society on women, the permanence of literature, and the contingency of identity.

 

  • Virginia Woolf's Orlando: A Biography

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  • For online courses, a Zoom link will be sent to each registrant 24-48 hours in advance of the class.

  • Fee: $15.00

  • Instructor(s): Jeffrey Cordell

  • Dates: 4/30/2021 - 4/30/2021

    Times: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

  • Sessions: 1

    Days: F

  • Building: Online Course

    Room: Online Class

  •  Address: Online Ann Arbor, MI 48108

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