This installment in the continuing autobiographical Pilgrimage series finds young Miriam involved with flirtation, gossip, a boastful Spaniard, and an attractive Canadian doctor—all during her stay at a boarding house. A groundbreaking work, which depicts and validates female consciousness through the use of interior monologues and innovative prose.
About the Author
Dorothy M. Richardson (1873-1957) was an English novelist, journalist, and teacher. Her life's work was a thirteen-volume novel series entitled Pilgrimage, comparable in scope to the work of Proust and regarded as an early milestone in feminist fiction. She pioneered the literary technique of stream of consciousness.