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Old 01-23-07, 01:12 AM   #1
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Virginia Woolf- "A Society" literary criticism??

I'm looking for some literary criticism for "A Society" by Virginia Woolf..

This is one hell of a research paper 2 days to finish, starting at midnight...Here we go

Any help is appreciated on where I can find some sources online(I am going to the library tommorow I just need a few sources for me to get a good writing start).

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PS: I know there has to be English majors on this forum....plssss
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Old 01-23-07, 01:31 AM   #2
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Old 01-23-07, 02:05 AM   #3
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2nd bump of love
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Old 01-23-07, 03:19 AM   #4
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3rd bump cause I've been researching for long time now : (
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Old 01-23-07, 03:31 AM   #5
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3rd bump cause I've been researching for long time now : (
You call 2 hours from your first post (not counting other bumps in the middle) a long time?


Methinks you should have started the paper when it was assigned, and not 2 days before it was due.
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- Google is Your Friend™

- i found a rather lengthy dissertation on "A Society," along with an interesting digression on the corollary themes throughout Woolf's short stories. Thank you for getting me interested in reading the free on-line Woolf stories available on the Internet!

- for this link, others you may be interested in, or the actual text of the critique, you may PayPal me $50 via the following address:

iwilllearntousegooglethenobfuscateor...s@slackerz.net

p.s. and again, thank you for sparking a renewed interest in English literature!

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Old 01-23-07, 08:10 AM   #7
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Actually it was assigned a week ago and I'm having a hard time finding some online resources, but thanks for being mean you mean jerkz
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A week ago means you procrastinated 5 of 7 days.

Oh, and....Your welcome!
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Old 01-23-07, 05:20 PM   #9
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lol your so mean someone help me!
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I'd suggest a keyword search on Google Scholar using Virginia Woolfe, Criticisms, reviews, Society as terms. Good luck, but I also think you should have at least done the research early, that way you at least have the excuse that you were trying to let the information cook and assimilate (and actually, you would have been).
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I'd suggest a keyword search on Google Scholar using Virginia Woolfe, Criticisms, reviews, Society as terms. Good luck, but I also think you should have at least done the research early, that way you at least have the excuse that you were trying to let the information cook and assimilate (and actually, you would have been).
Yea I tried that but I'm not finding much criticism on specifically this short story. I am going to go assault the library, I'll still be happy if anyone helps me out in some way
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Yea I tried that but I'm not finding much criticism on specifically this short story. I am going to go assault the library, I'll still be happy if anyone helps me out in some way
Try the Gutenberg Project. http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/w#a89
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Pffftt..in my prime I could've procrastinated 6.8 days out of 7 and still handed in something that would've gotten me a D.
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lol your so mean someone help me!
- i've waited until your deadline, but perhaps you've found this link by now (or have at least read the story and developed your own critique)?

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- i've waited until your deadline, but perhaps you've found this link by now (or have at least read the story and developed your own critique)?

:-)
Yea I saw that link, actually I found a number of sources from the library but I was hoping to get an additional few online. The problem is that no one cares about this short story because she did alot better of a job in another book(which I don't have time to read).

Thanks for the link anyways
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- i've waited until your deadline, but perhaps you've found this link by now (or have at least read the story and developed your own critique)?

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God forbid anyone actually reads the book and writes their own criticism these days. I'm sure the professors are getting rather tired of reading the same papers over and over again.
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God forbid anyone actually reads the book and writes their own criticism these days. I'm sure the professors are getting rather tired of reading the same papers over and over again.
My god, your suggestion could start a riot.
Are you suggesting that we actually do stuff and think for ourselves?
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