At the Mercy of Their Clothes
The commodity becomes our uncanny double, evermore vital as we are evermore inert.
Hal Foster, Compulsive Beauty
Readers of modernist fiction find few characters more marginalized and abject than Mrs. Dalloway’s Doris Kilman. Highly educated and deeply religious, the all-but-unloved and-unlovable woman tutors Richard and Clarissa Dalloway’s daughter, Elizabeth, and “year in year out” wears “a green mackintosh coat.”...
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