Category archives for Issue 21 (2017)

Crowd Psychology and the Heterotopic Imaginary in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway

Abstract As nuanced as Freud’s own investigations in Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego, Mrs Dalloway shows an awareness of the oscillation in group mentality between narcissistic desire and ethical self-transcendence. Taking its cue from the parameters set up in the early scenes, one of a conformist group, the other of a creative, […]