Title: Clarissa Dalloway and Septimus Warren Smith

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Fidela D
Date: April 27, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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But the both fear the can not feel as others feel. Clarissa Dalloway, a middle aged upper class woman, is unhappy because of choices she has made in her life she also fears that she can not feel things as others do. Septimus Smith, a World War I veteran, is unhappy because of effects of the war. Septimus worries that when Evan's died he did not feel anything...

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Septimus worries that when Evan's died he did not feel anything. Clarissa Dalloway wanted to be a part of the upper class English society. That is the reason she married Richard Dalloway. Throughout the novel Clarissa looks back on her experiences with Peter Walsh. She wonders if she made the correct choice in marrying Richard and rejecting Peter...

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