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Jacob's Room

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153 pages3 hours

Summary

A character study of one man – Jacob Flanders – told through vague, ambiguous impressions from other people.
 
The novel chronicles Jacob’s life, from childhood to adulthood, and eschews conventional plot structures in favour of its pseudo-biographical approach. It is one of Woolf’s strangest and most unique novels, and an important moment in the development of modernism.
 
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