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  1. The Ship. Willoughby’s ship, the Euphrosyne, is a symbolic setting of transformation and human connection. It is the vessel that takes people away from the comforts of England and embarks on a journey to the unknown. From the perspective aboard the ship, the land of England fades into the distance and the endless horizon of the ocean ...

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  3. Characters Discussed. PDF Cite. Rachel Vinrace. Rachel Vinrace, the twenty-four-year-old protagonist, an intelligent and sensitive but only informally educated young woman. She plays the piano ...

  4. Important Quotes. “But some enchantment had put both man and woman beyond the reach of malice and unpopularity. In his case one might guess from the moving lips that it was thought; and in hers from the eyes fixed stonily straight in front of her at a level above the eyes of most that it was sorrow. It was only by scorning all she met that ...

  5. 26 de mar. de 2015 · This month marks the centenary of the publication of Virginia Woolf’s first novel The Voyage Out. The novel was published by Duckworth & Co. on the 26 March 1915 in an edition of 2,000 copies. It follows the development of Rachel Vinrace on board her father’s ship the Euphrosyne on a voyage to the fictional South American port of Santa Marina.

  6. Chapter XXV. Chapter XXVI. Chapter XXVII. Virginia Woolf. The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf.

  7. 24 de out. de 2023 · The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf Summary. Virginia Woolf’s “The Voyage Out” is a mesmerizing journey into the world of self-discovery, societal norms, and the complexities of human relationships. As I delve into the intricacies of the narrative, I can’t help but feel a connection to the characters, almost as if I’ve journeyed with them.