How does war, specifically World War I and World War II, shape the perspectives of the characters in the book?

What significance do domestic objects have? Who relies the most on domestic objects for comfort?

How does memory function in the Clarissa sections of the book? Is she fully content with the choices that she has made?

How does reading Mrs. Dalloway affect Laura?

Does Cunningham’s formal device of mirroring Clarissa Vaughn’s life on Woolf’s Clarissa Dalloway make Clarissa Vaughn’s character believable, or does the choice seem like a gimmick?

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