Women Protagonists in the Male and Female Modernist Writing: Comparing <i>Mrs. Dalloway</i> to <i>Lady Chatterley’s Lover</i>
This article delves into the intricate portrayal of women protagonists within the realms of male and female-authored modernist literature, specifically comparing Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway to D.H.Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover. The selected literary pieces, penned in 1920s England, serve as windows into the prevailing sociocultural milieu. The exploration of these iconic works aims to unravel the nuanced dimensions of the male and female gaze, dissecting their impact on the depiction of female characters in literature.