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Virginia Woolf’s Concerns on Human Consciousness Nature

Virginia Woolf‘s concerns with the nature of human consciousness play themselves out primarily through the characters of Clarissa Dalloway and Septimus Smith. Using Clarissa’s character (as seen by both Peter Walsh and herself), discuss the importence of her moment of sympathy with Septimus Warren Smith at the end of the novel. Use passages from throughout the novel to support your ideas here on the similarities and differences in their characters.

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