audi_katia (audi_katia) wrote in bookish,

Jacob's Room by Virginia Woolf

So, as a huge fan of Virginia Woolf, I have just finished reading Jacob's Room. If anyone else has read any of Woolf's work, you'll understand when I say that it can be quite difficult to understand at times. Beautiful writing, but I could certainly use some outside help in clarifying some of the points of the novel.

Anyone else who read it have anything they want to say about it? I think the area that is causing me the most confusion is the relationships Jacob shares with all the women. Can anyone help me understand better or provide links to sites that discuss the book? I did a pretty lengthy google search and have not come up with anything too substantial.

Thanks in advance!
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