Feminism Revealed From Lily’s Picture in To the Lighthouse
Narration about Lily and her picture runs through Woolf’s masterpiece To the Lighthouse. Through analyzing the metaphor of Lily holding a brush and the blankness left in the middle of the picture, this paper aims to illustrate the feminist thoughts revealed from the picture.
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