Virginia Woolf- dective owrk

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Amelia Murphy Writing the Essay More Detective Work 4/8/04 Virginia Woolf Part One; -she is very informal- talks to the reader as though they are an equal or a friend- you can see this through her constant use of I and the fact that she divulges many details that would otherwise seem foolish to tell “she reminds me of a girl whose mother was a snake”- Miss Reeves -first shows evidence/ experience/ a personality and then talks about what she thinks about it- evidence and then argument- many cases she contradicts what one might have first thought given the description “But Cheyne Row is spoilt; and Carlyle’s house already has the look of something forcibly preserved; it is incongruous now, set between respectable family mansions’ – Carlyle’s house -does not use very strong/ forceful language to portray her thought- ‘it seemed to’ ‘looks like’ ‘it might be’ -jumps from one thought to another ‘the eyes are the only parts with warmth or depth in them: the rest is granulated skin tight stretched over a skull
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