on the other hand, live in Bloomsbury, the place which Woolf made her home, but an area which was associated with bohemian poverty. One of the most striking measures of the inadequacy of Clarissa’s world is Elizabeth’s trip into the City. She is appalled by the open respect for money and trade, which is something that she has never encountered. It is here that we realize that the Dalloways are a true anachronism and will not survive in the new World of market capitalism.

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