Premium Content Mrs. Dalloway's Transcendentalism
By Anonymous - December 09, 2006
After Septimus' suicide, we encounter Peter Walsh hearing the "light, high bell of the ambulance," and deeming it, in his mind, "one of the triumphs of civilization" (151). He ponders the "efficiency, organization, the communal spirit," of the city, thereby allowing the ambulance to pick up the necessary individual and maneuver through the streets…
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