Recasting social values in the work of Virginia Woolf
In her artistic and critical projects, Virginia Woolf consistently maintained her hope that art could provide a vantage point from which the value dilemma facing her age could be addressed and the artist/reformer could realign the present value system, a system she felt denied much freedom for individual growth and artistic integrity as well as threatened the final destruction of humanity.
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