Between the Acts by Virginia Woolf (Book Analysis), Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide
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Between the Acts by Virginia Woolf (Book Analysis)

Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide


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This engaging summary presents an analysis of _Between the Acts_ by Virginia
Woolf, which is set at the country house of Pointz Hall on the day of the
annual village pageant, and shortly before the outbreak of the Second World
War. The pageant precipitates manifold dramas of passion among the audience
and the play’s director herself, and encourages reflections on the continuity
between the primeval and the present, the range of parts people play, and the
violent impulses behind British imperialism. Woolf is widely considered to be
one of the most significant English-language writers of the 20th century; her
best-known works include the novels _Mrs Dalloway_ , _The Waves_ and _Orlando_
, and the essays _A Room of One’s Own_ and _Three Guineas_.

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