Jacob's Room was Virginia Woolf’s third novel. It is a character study about Jacob Flanders and is narrated through the impressions of other characters about Jacob. The narrative mainly unfolds through the two women, Clara Durrant and Florinda, and the book is considered an important modernist text.
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