Analysis of Virginia Woolf's Essay "Modern Fiction"

Analysis of Virginia Woolf's Essay "Modern Fiction"
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Sub Topics: Virginia Woolf in her Modern Fiction makes a fair attempt to discuss briefly the main trends in the modern novel or fiction

Key Words: modern novel, H. G. Wells, Arnold Bennett, Galsworthy, subject matter, criticism, traditional method of novel writing

Virginia Woolf in her Modern Fiction makes a fair attempt to discuss briefly the main trends in the modern novel or fiction. She begins her essay by mentioning the traditionalists like H. G. Wells, Arnold Bennett and Galsworthy, who, while they propound new ideas and open out new vistas to the human mind, still follow the Victorian tradition as far as the technique of the novel is concerned. They believed that a great force on the individual was environment.
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