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Pilgrimage III: Deadlock; Revolving Lights; The Trap

by Dorothy M. Richardson

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Of the early twentieth-century English modernists, there is no one who has been more neglected than Dorothy Miller Richardson. (Introduction)
Miriam ran upstairs narrowly ahead of her thoughts. (Deadlock)
The building of the large hall had been brought about by people who gave no thought to the wonder of moving from one space to another and p and down stairs. (Revolving Lights)
A short by-street paved from side to side. (The Trap)
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This Work collects the sixth through eighth novels in Dorothy Richardson's "Pilgrimage" Series: Deadlock (1921), Revolving Lights (1923), and The Trap (1925). Please distinguish between this collection and individual novels (especially the third novel in the Series, Honeycomb, which might be described as "Pilgrimage 3"). Thank you.
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The thirteen magnificent novels that comprise Pilgrimage are the first expression in English of what was to be called 'stream of consciousness' technique, predating the work of both Joyce and Woolf, echoing tht of Proust with whom Dorothy Richardson stands as one of the great innovatory figures of our time. These four volumes record in detail the life of Miriam Henderson. Through her experience - personal, spiritual, intellectual - Dorothy Richardson explores intensely what it means to be a woman, presenting feminine consciousness with a new voice, a new identity.

Vol 3 : Deadlock, Revolving Lights, The Trap.
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