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The New Dress and Other Stories

The New Dress and Other Stories

The New Dress and Other Stories

By: Virginia Woolf


Publication Date:
Jan, 19 2024
Binding:
Paper Back
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As Mabel Waring takes off her cloak and steps into the drawing room of Clarissa Dalloway, she immediately realizes that something is not right: her pale-yellow silk dress, which she has had specially made for the occasion, is clearly old-fashioned, dowdy and out of place. Everyone seems to be looking at her in dismay or mocking her appearance. Crushed at once by her insecurity, Mabel is pervaded by a sense of selfloathing, and feels utter revulsion for the social world she has tried so hard to impress.


Written in 1924 and perhaps intended for inclusion in Mrs Dalloway, a book Woolf was working on at the time, The New Dress is here accompanied by most of the short stories she published in her lifetime, as well as six posthumously published pieces that share the milieu and some of the characters of her celebrated novel. Together, they reveal their author as one of the finest practitioners in the field of short fiction.
This edition includes notes and an extensive section on Virginia Woolf’s life and works.

Part of Alma Classics Virginia Woolf Collection which includes: Between The Acts, Mrs Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, A Room of One’s Own, Jacob’s Room, Monday or Tuesday, Night and Day, Orlando, The Voyage Out, The Waves, The Years, Flush.

Alma Classics is committed to making available a wide range of literature from around the globe. Most of the titles are enriched by an extensive critical apparatus, notes and extra reading material, as well as a selection of photographs. The texts are based on the most authoritative edition and edited using a fresh, accessible editorial approach. With an emphasis on production, editorial and typographical values, Alma Classics aspires to revitalize the whole experience of reading classics.