By Virginia Woolf
A modernist attention of urban existence visible during the eyes of a puppy named Flush.
Most insightful and experimental are Woolf's emotional and philosophical perspectives verbalised in Flush's innovations. For Flush scent is poetry, yet for Barrett Browning, poetry is most unlikely with no words.
In Flush Woolf examines the limitations that exist among girl and animal created through language but triumph over via symbolic activities.
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Flush: A Biography (Timeless Classics) by Virginia Woolf