Tagged Aristotle

A Room of One’s Own: Page Two

“As we continue on this narrative path with her we’re subtly privy to Virginia’s feelings of entrapment as she describes the rivers reflective surface and the images that have captured her attention as she watches a rower enter and exit the scene. Still lost in thought, she informs us that the stream and her mind are kin; her consciousness drifts down the river and to the sky until the “sudden conglomeration of an idea” transforms her confusion into curiosity and an eagerness to make sense of her own mind.”