Pilgrimage, Volume 4: Oberland, Dawn's Left Hand, Clear Horizon, Dimple Hill, March Moonlight

Pilgrimage Volume Oberland Dawn s Left Hand Clear Horizon Dimple Hill March Moonlight Dorothy Miller Richardson was the first writer to publish an English language novel using what was to become known as the stream of consciousness technique Her thirteen novel sequence Pilgri
  • Title: Pilgrimage, Volume 4: Oberland, Dawn's Left Hand, Clear Horizon, Dimple Hill, March Moonlight
  • Author: Dorothy M. Richardson
  • ISBN: 9780860681038
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Pilgrimage, Volume 4: Oberland, Dawn's Left Hand, Clear Horizon, Dimple Hill, March Moonlight
    Dorothy Miller Richardson 1873 1957 was the first writer to publish an English language novel using what was to become known as the stream of consciousness technique Her thirteen novel sequence Pilgrimage is one of the great 20th century works of modernist and feminist literature in English.
    Pilgrimage, Volume 4: Oberland, Dawn's Left Hand, Clear Horizon, Dimple Hill, March Moonlight By Dorothy M. Richardson,
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  • Dorothy M. Richardson

    Richardson was born in Abingdon in 1873 Her family moved to Worthing, West Sussex in 1880 and then Putney, London in 1883 At seventeen, because of her father s financial difficulties she went to work as a governess and teacher, first in 1891 for six months at a finishing school in Germany In 1895 Richardson gave up work as a governess to take care of her severely depressed mother, but her mother committed suicide the same year Richardson s father had become bankrupt at the end of 1893.Richardson subsequently moved in 1896 to Bloomsbury, London, where she worked as a receptionist secretary assistant in a Harley Street dental surgery While in Bloomsbury in the late 1890s and early 1900s, Richardson associated with writers and radicals, including the Bloomsbury Group H G Wells 1866 1946 was a friend and they had a brief affair which led to a pregnancy and then miscarriage, in 1907 While she had first published an article in 1902, Richardson s writing career, as a freelance journalist really began around 1906, with periodical articles on various topics, book reviews, short stories, and poems, as well as translation from German and French During this period she became interested in the Quakers and published two books relating to them in 1914.In 1915 Richardson published her first novel Pointed Roofs, the first complete stream of consciousness novel published in English She married the artist Alan Odle 1888 1948 in 1917 a distinctly bohemian figure, who was fifteen years younger than she From 1917 until 1939 the couple spent their winters in Cornwall and their summers in London, and then stayed permanently in Cornwall until Odle s death in 1948 She supported herself and her husband with freelance writing for periodicals for many years In 1954, she had to move into a nursing home in the London suburb of Beckenham, Kent, where she died in 1957.

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  • We all have different sets of realitiesIt s difficult to parse a 2000 page novel whether presented in 13 books or 4 volumes, that is what this is a major, singular novel that took the vast majority of Richardson s life to compose I m in no way going to write long about this stuff has come up that is stealing my attention but I have the memory of a goldfish nowadays and I need to put something down before it all escapes via my sieve like mind.I m not 100% sure how much time the novel as a whole c [...]


  • OberlandMiriam heads to switzerland for a rest cure, there s a lot of descriptions of the mountains and their effect on our heroine There s also a chance to meet a whole host of characters who seem to all get on and look out for each other Dawn s left handStarts with Miriam returning to London and her job, there s the man in her life who Miriam seems to feel doesn t understand her or what she feels There s a new place to live and new house mates There s also the suffragettes, a movement which Mi [...]


  • Wow DMR s Pilgrimage took me a long time but I can now say I finally done did it You can be sure she is truly one of the best as far as stream of consciousness comes and also she is one of the best when we talk about gaps in narrative.I will say at this point that silence is also one of her strong themes across all books, on this same line I will also say that after reading DMRl descriptives a term I coined to describe rooms, places, situations, people et al by other writers seem to always come [...]



  • Wonderfullets face it though, if you made it to Volume 4 you really are not going to need any encouragement from me by way of a review


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