Premium Content Wordplay and the Androgynous Self: Woolf's Construction of Orlando
By Bradley R. Malloy - November 19, 2006
Virginia Woolf's creation of the main character in the novel Orlando relies upon a certain amount of "wordplay" in order to maintain her androgynous nature. But what is androgyny according to Woolf; to what degree does this gender mixing occur? When discussing discrete genders in any form of literature, there are certain specific phrases and indeed…
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