Part 2: Analysis of the Death of the Moth: The author’s consideration of life and death through death of a moth. A “bead of pure life”, the moth, which Virginia Woolf values is her determined symbol of the being.(106) The author uses narration of her own individual experience in observation of struggling insect in order to illustrate best the idea carried in the story.
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